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Ooooh, poor Bonnie. I just want to hug her and make everything right for her. Stupid of me - as that's exactly what you're doing - and more.
We bless every day that we have this girl and bless the breeder that he called us when she was in such distress and needed more care than he could give her. We'd hoped for at least one year with her and now it's nearly five! She's blind in the eye on her dark side (accident before we got her) and is losing sight in her white side eye. She follows motion and uses her nose (she has a keen one still) to give her the main info she needs. She loves to bury it against me and sniff deeply (her version of a hug) whenever I get home from being away from her. Bonnie has some health issues related to age and all the birthing, but, with special care, is doing better than I thought that she would. I am sooooo in love with her and everyone in the family tells me it's mutual!
She's beautiful and gave you equally beautiful pups.
What's an old girl to do when her people don't understand that dinner time is all the time? Poor Bonnie....