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Old Nov 17, 2011, 3:52 PM   #1
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Bilgh belongs to a friend of mine. He is the friendliest, most loving dog I have ever encountered; the only problem is that he is blind. He has been blind for a long time and I'm amazed how well he gets along.





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Beautiful! They are astonishing what they can do even though blind or deaf or some other major debilitation. Looks like he's well taken care of, too.
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JJ, this breaks my heart. But thanks for sharing this.
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Beautiful! They are astonishing what they can do even though blind or deaf or some other major debilitation. Looks like he's well taken care of, too.
Thanks Gary. Yes he is in good hands.

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JJ, this breaks my heart. But thanks for sharing this.
Robert you would be suprised how well this big guy gets along.

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What a beautiful dog.
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Bilgh belongs to a friend of mine. He is the friendliest, most loving dog I have ever encountered; the only problem is that he is blind. He has been blind for a long time and I'm amazed how well he gets along.

Oh, such wonderful pictures, jj,

A herder by nature, is he? They have something in common. I like that soft light. I can learn from these pictures not to apply too much sharpness. Those ears compensate for the eyes

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Oh, such wonderful pictures, jj,

A herder by nature, is he? They have something in common. I like that soft light. I can learn from these pictures not to apply too much sharpness. Those ears compensate for the eyes

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Bless his furry paws - gorgeous shots of the stunning Bligh. George sends big woofs and pats to Bligh and says he'll be his guide dog pal if he needs one
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