Xander the Blind Pug is an Amazing Therapy Dog

Xander doesn’t let his disability hold him back.
Photo via viralnova.com

The website viralnova.com has a wonderful story/photo essay about a Pug named Xander who was born without eyes. He showed up at a shelter in Oregon a couple years ago, and it was immediately apparent that he more than made up for his lack of sight with a winning personality. His adopted family had him trained as a therapy dog, and he now does good works all around his hometown of Klamath Falls. This is wonderful stuff.

Click here for the full story.

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