Yup, those big eyes are a bit of a vulnerability. I highly recommend having your vet look for problems when she gets her next checkup. If we’d acted sooner, our Chloe would have done much better. Be especially aware if your Bella starts frequently rubbing her face against the carpet or furniture – we missed this signal early on.
Our Boston had an onset of severe glaucoma back in the day, requiring emergency surgery, and years of multiple eyedrops and vet visits. We were fortunate to be able to pay for her treatments, and still don’t regret it. A dog joins you for life. Having said that, we’re definitely getting pet insurance next time.
Sure you do; it’s just very short!
No, because chihuahuas never retreat!
And don’t buy gas at a sushi restaurant!
I didn’t know there was an AT-AT named Leon.
“This generation is simply terrible at writing letters; they merely babble on that confounded telephone.”
It did say “open house” – why can’t Louie take a, er, sniff?
So, she DOES have a superpower.
Google won’t bail you out of jail or help you bury that body. So, not really a friend.