Baci Chocolate Labrador Retriever Male 3 Months Old ID# 2533
Baci, an 11 week old chocolate puppy has arrived to Brookline. He is the cutest, and sweetest little pup. He has congenital cataracts, and his retinas never developed so he is blind from birth. He needs daily eye drops, but other than that, he’s a healthy happy pup! Baci is currently settling into his new foster home. Please read his blog from the bottom up.
May 17, 2020
Baci has been with us four days, and he is a joy! Such an easy puppy. He is learning outside is for potty, and has had no accidents in our house. Most of the time, he sleeps, and plays, and sleeps, and plays. When he gets real excited, the razor puppy teeth attack, but we keep toys close by to offer instead of our ankles, toes, and fingers. Fortunately, that doesn’t happen often because we all forgot how much they hurt.
If the Specialist hadn’t said he is totally blind, we would swear he can see. He follows us, puts his head up for kisses and pets. He loves our yellow Lab, Stella, and is definitely happier when she is around.
We are using the word “STOP” when he is about to walk into something that would hurt him, and that training is supposed to help protect him. When he is bigger, and learning steps, I read to say “STEP UP, STEP UP” and “LAST ONE” when you reach the top, or the bottom of the steps.
On walks, and curbs, “STEP DOWN” and “STEP UP.” The adopting family will need to follow with this training, and really read up on blind dogs. Baci is mapping the house, and we placed a mat at the door so he knows when he feels that mat, he is at the door, and that is the way outside.
Baci will get his second set of shots, and then will be adopted out with a Neuter Contract. He will be made available only to already approved adopters.
May 15, 2020
Meet new foster Baci, pronounced like bocce ball, and it means kisses in Italian.
He is definitely a chocolate kiss. 11 weeks old and blind, but as everyone told me you will never know he is blind. He is mapping the house, and follows us like he can see! It’s amazing to watch him. Stella thinks he is a new toy, but Moose couldn’t care less ♥️🐾🐾♥️
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