1/8/19 Update:


She’s doing well, DOB 3/30/13. She is now 6 1/2 pounds having gained a nice 1/2 pound, probably because she isn’t in as much pain. She has decreased medications and times from 32 per day to about 15 times per day until her next check up. 
She’s a doll!

Perfect except for Cyclosporine and Ofloxacin and an eye lubricant for the rest of her life. More updates to come. We will help with eye medication if we can find a home where she will be the Princess with no other animals...it should be all about her! 
Accepting applications for serious would be adopter of a darling little girl. 
❤️ 

Our Christmas Day Gift was Blaze!


Blaze is a darling 6 pound, 5 year old, toy Poodle female who was diagnosed with an eye issue last August, but never had the two medications prescribed to her put into the eye. Consequently her cornea ruptured causing a hole in her eye.


Fortunately a family member saw this little girl was in trouble and reached out to us. 


The day after Christmas, Blaze was brought in to see Dr. Greenberg at Newtown Veterinary Specialists. Emergency surgery was performed that day to repair the hole. It’s called a conjunctival graft and it cost several thousands of dollars. We opted for this treatment because she is so young and we felt we wanted to give this little sweet girl a chance. 


Please help us if you can! Blaze is not thanking anyone right now with the multiple (4) eye drops 4-6 times a day and 3 oral meds and gel multiple times per day but she has been a trooper! 
Hopefully her start to the New Year will be less painful! 👍🐩🐾❤️

Blaze after surgery with her eyedrops and medications.

Below is her daily medication Chart

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