The most amazing thing, after looking at her, is to find out she is blind. Now, I have one question to put out there - if we have dogs who unselfishly give their lives to enabling blind people to live theirs, how can we not share our lives with dogs who themselves are blind? Nectarine needs a home. And she'd make any home, any family, so much better with her in it.
|"Are we going home now?"|
Not so much "special needs" as SPECIAL! Nectarine is a beautiful female dog and you almost wouldn't know she's blind. She likes to walk, sleep and be with people just as much as any dog. She's old enough that she's lost her puppy-ish destructiveness, yet young enough that she still energetically runs and plays. Nectarine is very healthy, as well as sweet, gentle and good-natured. She gets along with other dogs, cats and children, too.
Nectarine is spayed, up-to-date on her shots, and ready to go home. You can find details at Almost Home Foundation or Petfinder.com.
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