I am the new rescue coordinator for Pulaski County Humane Society; you may have worked with Jess Kraybill in the past to save a blind dog named Quincy from an uncertain future here. We are in such need again. We recently received an owner surrendered pit bull, no more than a year old, who is deaf and has very poor vision. I took her for a walk the other day and she was barking at shadows. I don't know anything about dog blindness other than what I have read online, so I don't know if her vision will worsen. If there is any way you can help us out with her, even if it is just crossposting, we would be forever grateful. She's a supersweetie!
Juno doesn't seem to realize she is differently-abled. She's young and just romps around and acts, well, young! I haven't tested her with other dogs yet; I was alone at the shelter and didn't have someone to hold another leash. We have an in-house spay clinic, so spaying isn't as issue and can be done soon. Right now she has no time limit, as we have a few empty kennels (she's in the county pound, but the humane society and animal control work very well together--we're in the same building), but that could change tomorrow!
80 Dublin Park Rd, Dublin, VA 24084
Phone 1 540.674.0089
Receptionist is Beth Venable, email@example.com
applications can be found here: http://www.pchsva.org/adopt.html