. He can see just not very well but we think he will eventually lose his sightIt depends on how you travel.. if you rv around the country then a blind pup is no problem. If you hop freight i really think pup should stay home where its safe. Does he navigate by bumping or is his sight good enough to see objects in his path?
I disagree politely, a blind dog wants nothing more than any other dog...companionship. a dog will follow u over the cliffs of hell if it trusts you....and this dog needs companionship more than most. .therefore I would think it'd stick right by you and adapt like we all doDogs are remarkable in their devotion to their keeper - nearly any obstacle can be overcome; however - developing a bond between pet and master, your situation is less than ideal.
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