Bilateral entropian surgery on both her lower and upper lids
Sex: Spayed female
Weight: 72 pounds
Bondie needed major surgery on her eyes – bilateral entropian surgery on both her lower and upper lids. She could barely see from the irritation to her eyes and even though the lids have been corrected, she will need to be on eyedrops for many months and maybe for the rest of her life. Lucky for Bondie that she was rescued when she was. During her surgery to be spayed, the veterinarian saw that her spleen was enlarged and dangerously close to rupturing. She did not show any signs of this and would not have survived but her spleen was removed in time and the biospy results were excellent news – no cancer! Bondie should live a normal and happy life now! However, she has quite the huge vet bill so please consider contributing to help us pay it off.
If you are interested in adopting Bondie, we can say that she is a very nice dog. And though she was in a lot of pain from her eye problems, she never once acted like it! She is a totally happy and outgoing gal that adores attention from humans and is always interested in “getting to know” other dogs with her nose. Even the dogs who usually don’t appreciate getting sniffed in their faces don’t seem to mind Bondie. It’s almost as if they realize she is just friendly and curious.
Bondie is crate trained and appears to be housetrained. She is doing okay walking on a leash but does pull a bit yet. Because she follows her nose, she will need a fenced yard – no underground fence will contain her.