Resources

Helpful Information

Products for Blind Dogs

Blind Dog Stories

SARDs

  • Pepi and SARDs – This page is a must read if your dog has just been diagnosed with SARDs.
  • SARDs Awareness – Dedicated to spreading awareness of canine SARDs.

Books

Blind Dog Related Websites

  • Blind & Deaf Dogs Guidebook
  • Blind, Deaf and Blind & Deaf Dogs
  • Blind Dog Bluff – The love and joy of living with a blind dog.
  • Life with Blind Louie – This site belongs to a member of Blind Dog Support. Read along as she talks about life with her dog Louie who has glaucoma.
  • Blind Pup – a new site from an owner with a blind dog
  • Pets With Disabilities – Providing a positive voice for dogs and cats with disabilities that desperately need homes.
  • Owners of Blind Dogs – Some fantastic information here but unfortunately it hasn’t been updated for quite a while.
  • BlindDogs.net – A site that has been around for a while with lots of good tips. Not sure if it is being updated regularly.
  • Blind Dog Rescue Alliance – A group of volunteers spread throughout the United States and Canada dedicated to helping blind and visually impaired dogs by: rescuing dogs in shelters, assisting blind dog owners, and educating the public about these wonderful dogs.
  • Yahoo Blind Dogs Support Group – A great place to ask questions and get support from other blind dog owners. The only drawback is that the Yahoo chat system is not terribly user friendly.
  • Lovely Loaves Inc – We partner with caregivers of specially-abled dogs to assist in rehabilitation through funding and volunteering.  Through community outreach, we aid in reuniting lost pets with their owners, as well as raise awareness to promote overall happier healthier lives for our pet population.

4 thoughts on “Resources

  1. Valerie "Cassanova's Mom"

    My 6year old Maltease has lost his sight in the last 6-8 months! Starting with the left one, now both. His vet is not sure why as She says his “Optic Nerve looks fine and healthy”. Im a simple girl and can look at his eyes with no fancy equipment a tell he is blind. Anyway, I need help in helping him and us with getting use to this change. I want it to be as easy for HIM as possible!
    Thank you in advance for any halp that you maybe able to provide!

    Sincerely ,
    Valerie Darcy

  2. Valerie "Cassanova's Mom"

    I have seen 2 Dr.s already. Only other choice is Veterinarian Optho. Say he’s in no pain and all test are normal 🙁

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