November 16, 2012
Blind Dog Rescue Alliance is a vital group for several reasons. The first is that they save blind and/or visual limited dogs from being put to sleep simply because the dogs are considered "unadoptable". The vast network of volunteers across the country seek out and find temporary homes for these dogs until "forever" homes can be found for them. The second reason Blind Dog Rescue Alliance is so important is that they provide food shelter and all medical treatment for these dogs. Many times in can run into the thousand of dollars. They run events, dinners, and numerous other fund raising just to try to cover the expenses for these dogs. No one receives any compensation, all the volunteers generously give both time and money . The third equally important mission of this rescue is to make the public aware of the plight that these dogs. Very few people even know that a blind dog is just like any dog (sometimes better). With a little time and patience, these dogs are loving happy members of families.
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