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It’s Puppy Love as Once-Blind Dog Sees Family for the First Time

After losing his eyesight to diabetes, Duffy the Irish terrier underwent a life-changing surgery to restore his vision.

Duffy is a rescued Irish terrier that has suffered health problems his entire life. After developing diabetes, poor Duffy lost his eyesight. After his adopted family took good care of him and Duffy was good about staying on top of his medication, his health stabilized. In fact, he became healthy enough to qualify for an eyesight-restoring surgery performed by Dr. Kevin Kumrow at the Veterinary Referral Center in Malvert, Pennsylvania.

Here’s what happened when Duffy got to see his family for the first time in ages.



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