When Tanner, a golden retreiver, arrivied at Woodland West Animal Hospital in the US, vets feared there was not much they could do for him. Due to cataracts, he is blind in both eyes and suffers from a slight seizure disorder which cause him to lose control of his body.
Vets suggested putting him down, but surprisingly Tanner's condition changed when he met Blair, a street dog who was admitted to the center after he was shot.
Originally posted by Cosmic911
reply to post by Manhater
We have 4 Siberian Huskies, two of which are rescues. They had some behavior problems too; took months to iron them out. But they have turned out to be great dogs after a lot of patience...lots of patience. Good luck!