Angel taking 5, 10, 15, maybe an hour or two

Guardian Angel for her blind brother

Angel and Bruce are yellow labs. My husband named Bruce and our son named Angel. they were very healthy active pups.. Then we noticed Bruce was going cross-eyed at the age of 6 months was very clumsy and running into things.. Our Vetrenarian said it looked as though it was genetic and nothing could be done for Bruce.
As time progressed his left eye didn't develope and Bruce is severly cross-eyed. With the aid of his sister and his nose and hearing he gets along very well on our quarter acre fenced in yard.
He is very nervous to go on walks outside the yard but always is excited to go.
When we through a toy Bruce lets Angel find it and then he takes it away from her. He loves the colors orange and yellow. We assume it is because these colors are bright. We love them both and could never separate them. We think Angel is Bruce's guardian Angel.

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Leddie says ... on Sunday, Oct 24 at 4:45 AM

For anyone who may be interested how Bruce and Angel are doing Bruce's sight has gotten worse. He is still healthy and active at three yrs. I am training both of them to respond to sled dog commands. It helps to guide Bruce on our walks

Gary says ... on Friday, Jul 30 at 8:27 PM

This absolulely took my breath away. I hope I can meet these two dogs someday. Thanks for the pics and story.

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