Dear Fellow Dog Lover,
Let me show you everything you need to know about living with a blind dog and how to help your dog adjust to blindness so it can continue as a friend and guardian of your family. Although puppies are born blind, deaf, and toothless, it is only a temporary condition that changes quickly.
Permanent canine blindness is caused by an accident or an illness such as diabetes. Far too many people think about putting their dogs to sleep just because they lost their eyesight. Seeing-eye dogs have helped blind people live entire lives for quite some time now. Don’t you owe your faithful dog the same consideration?
Canine blindness doesn’t just affect your dog. It affects you and every member of your family as well. But if you are willing to learn how to help your dog cope and get along in his new environment, it won’t be long before life with your dog will be back to normal, or at least as normal as possible, given the circumstances.
What You Should Know About Canine Blindness
Blindness in dogs rarely occurs suddenly. It is usually a gradual process that many owners miss.
Common causes of canine blindness include cataracts, corneal disease, retinal inflammation, and glaucoma.
Dogs compensate for their blindness by increasing their sense of touch, taste, and smell.
Glaucoma is the leading cause of blindness in middle-aged dogs and occurs in approximately 8% of dogs in the U.S.
Some breeds of dogs have a genetic predisposition towards blindness.
Canine depression can result in dogs that go blind suddenly and do not receive support and special attention from their owners.
Because canine blindness often comes on slowly over some time, your dog could be going blind right now. Do you know what to look for?
You should look for eight symptoms indicating your dog may be going blind.
You must change two things about a blind dog’s environment to protect him from hurting himself.
Many dogs frighten more quickly when they first start dealing with their blindness. But you can help soothe their fears if you only have the know-how.
If you don’t want your dog to face being blind alone, you must know as much as possible about canine vision loss. And here’s how to do that.
Introducing: Living With a Blind Dog
The in-depth, step-by-step guide to learning how to recognize the signs of impending canine blindness and how to help you, your dog, and your family cope with it when the inevitable occurs. Designed to be a quick and informative read, 30 pages of just-the-fact information will take you by the hand and show you precisely what you need to do to help your dog transition into a life of blindness.
Living With a Blind Dog is fact-filled and informative. It’s designed for anyone who wants to:
Know the symptoms of impending canine blindness.
Assess the health and safety risks affecting the newly-blind dog.
Help the blind dog live a happy and productive life despite this handicap.
Wouldn’t you love to have the peace of mind that comes from knowing you’re doing everything you can to help your faithful and loving friend cope with one of the most significant challenges they may ever face?Get ready to discover everything you need to know about canine blindness in one easy-to-read book.
Most people who buy this book do so because they want to know precisely how they can help their dog once the diagnosis of oncoming blindness has been made or when their dog suddenly goes blind due to illness or accident. If that’s what you want, get your copy of Living With a Blind Dog to start learning all there is to know immediately. How would you like to spend a day or less of your time discovering exactly what you need to know about helping your dog cope with blindness?
You must do the right thing for your dog and download a copy of Living With a Blind Dog.Here’s what you’ll discover…
The Top 8 symptoms and behaviors you should look for indicate your dog may be going blind.
The Top 10 Causes of Canine Blindness and How to prevent some of them from making your dog blind.
The Top 10 things you must do right now to help your dog transition into a life of blindness.
You must never do the #1 thing if you want your dog to adjust quickly to being blind.
7 Safety Steps you should immediately take once your dog develops blindness.
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