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When life's little ups and downs cause us anxiety, sharing our hard stories with others will help to lighten the burden.  May you find comfort in knowing you're not alone.  

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Dealing with Blindness: The First 5 Things You Should Do

 Dealing with Blindness: The First 5 Things You Should Do

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In a blink of an eye, literally, she went from impaired vision to a blackened world. And m

If the thought of dealing with your newly blind pup is daunting, the very first thing to do is take a deep breath and then relax.  While it feels like a devastating situation, and it is in many ways, you'll soon learn that your pooch is much more resilient and adaptable than you realize.

I would consider these as the top five things to think about:

A Normal Life Is A Happy Life

Clear The Path For Safety's Sake

Other Remaining Senses Will Take Over

Good, Good, Good, Good Vibrations

Patience Is A Virtue & Love Conquers All

When our girl Joee went suddenly (but not unexpectedly) blind, I quickly scoured articles to ensure that we would be sure to consider every angle of the care she required, given this uncharted territory.  In my article Our Girl Went Blind Yesterday, I discuss in some detail some of the first and most important things to consider in this new situation.

There's no doubt that life won't be the same now, but there's no reason that your NEW normal won't be a happy and fulfilling one as you navigate the path together.

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