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Blind bulldog growing depressed at shelter, needs family to love her

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Chevy is a gorgeous, kind girl who has had a rough start at life, but with your help, she hopes to find a loving, devoted family. This sweet, cuddly American Bulldog is blind and growing increasingly depressed in a shelter environment, despite the loving care of dedicated shelter workers and volunteers. She desperately needs to find a home.

Miss Chevy was rescued by Camano Animal Shelter Association (CASA) in Washington State this spring. Her owners had scheduled her for euthanasia because she had severe glaucoma and a skin infection and they could not afford her medical care. Fortunately for this loving dog, CASA stepped in to save her – and despite being in pain from her eye condition, skin condition, and a tumor, Chevy was sweet, loving, and happy to see the CASA rescuers. CASA contacted a wonderful veterinarian named Dr. O’Rourke, who removed Chevy’s painful, non-functioning eyes and the tumor that was causing her discomfort.

Now at seven years of age, Chevy is ready to finally find a loving home - and she needs to find one soon. Being blind and cooped up in a kennel day and night is taking its toll on her – she’s bored, lonely, and becoming depressed. While CASA and its volunteers do all they can to provide her with a wonderful quality of life while she waits for her human, their resources are limited. Chevy needs to know the love and companionship of her own family.

Chevy is looking for a home where she can spend a lot of time with her person or people. She becomes very attached and dependent on her humans. Chevy is looking for a home with no other dogs, but according to her previous owners, she’s good with dog-savvy cats and older kids. Chevy loves walks and swimming at the beach. She’s potty trained and will whine at the door when she needs to go out.

Chevy knows that love is blind – and she hopes that someone sees her post and agrees. If you can offer your heart and home to this deserving dog, contact CASA here.

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