She doesn't appear to be blind, in those videos.
Has she been to a canine opthamologist? (Sorry if I missed that, in all the updates.)
Not yet but she was seen by our regular vet and he said we'd be idiots to 'waste good money' on expensive specialists when she seems, to him, to act like any other very bad
little puppy who's been through hell.
Her improvements seem to be sudden and dramatic.
She went from not looking at us at all to kinda sorta looking around to now tracking our movements and pouncing upon the millions of pieces of paper she's got shredded all over the floor and,
wonder of wonders, she stares us right in the face before she attacks our noses.
[hey, any little 'normal thing' is happy
thing, even if it hurts like crazy]
She watches TV very closely...unfortunately, her "favorite show" seems to be wrestling.
So, she is
seeing.His advice is to keep doing what we're doing, as far as socialization goes and to be patient.
His opinion is that she nearly died and shouldn't be expected to be at the same developmental level of a puppy who wasn't snatched from the jaws of death.
Her 'weird eye' seems to be more aligned than it was and that's the only thing he's watching with concern.
If it doesn't straighten out in a month, then we'll be taking her either to an eye vet or for the neuro eval.
[probably the latter as they do everything in one shot]
So, for now, she goes for her checkups every week and has started her vaccines.
At the end of the month, she's getting her follow-up CBC to make sure her anemia, etc is better and yet another worm test.
She was positively loaded
I think she's got a bit of mange on her head too so I'm going to be putting Nu-Stock on that for a while to see if clears it up.
[her runt sister had a lot
of hair loss]