Vision impairments don't stand in his way of fun
Reese (formerly Cash) was surrendered to AGN at the age of 12 weeks because his family didn't have enough time for an active puppy. Upon intake, AGN's veterinarian determined that Reese had acute vision impairment. Rehabilitation was accomplished while Reese was in the care of a loving AGN foster home. AGN was able to find just the right home to meet Reese's special needs and currently, i
f you didn't know about his vision impairment, you wouldn't be able to tell. He plays at night just like he plays in the daytime and has adjusted well to his new home and surroundings. He makes friends easily at the dog park, but especially loves his new sister Dixie and his cat brothers, Edgar and Allen. He loves to go on adventures where he runs, chases deer and rabbits, and swims every chance he gets.