Bobby might not be able to see, but he hopes that you’ll agree that love is blind. This blind three-month-old Pit Bull Terrier mix is currently waiting to find a family at the Seattle Humane Society in Bellevue, Washington. Bobby is a sweet boy who will need a very special family who can help him learn how to navigate the world – and hopefully, he’ll find his way right into someone’s heart.
This loving little guy was transferred to Seattle Humane from another organization because of his blindness. Seattle Humane calls him an “adorably rambunctious pup with the most expressive ears who wants nothing more than to play, be silly and eat yummy treats.”
Bobby is full of energy and he would love to find a home with a playmate who shares his joy for life. He has been spending time in a foster home and now he’s ready to find his forever family now.
Bobby would do best in a home that’s prepared to work with a blind puppy. His new family will need a lot of patience, encouragement and special training, but Bobby is sure to reciprocate with love, joy, and gratitude.
Bobby is a medium-sized puppy and he has been neutered, microchipped, vaccinated, and behavior tested by Seattle Humane. He will go home with a certificate for an examination by a King County veterinarian and an identification tag.
If you would like to learn more about Bobby, visit his profile here or contact Seattle Humane at their website here. The Seattle Humane Society is a private, nonprofit animal welfare organization that was founded in 1897. The organization serves the community through animal adoptions, dog training classes, a pet food bank, veterinary services, and humane education.
Seattle Humane saves more than 6,000 animals every year and 80% of their budget comes from donations. To learn more about Seattle Humane, visit their website here.