Olive, a blind Cocker Spaniel dog rescued by West Coast Cocker Rescue, an animal rescue group located in Vancouver, British Columbia (Canada), is very thrilled because after eye surgery, she will be able to see her family for the first time in a very emotional film.
Olive, a Cocker Spaniel who walked the streets aimlessly, unable to see what was going on around her, was brought to a Los Angeles shelter and then moved to Vancouver, where she would meet her new family.
While residing in Canada, Holly and Bart Emmerson decided to adopt a dog, and while hunting for a puppy, they came upon the rescued blind canine.
Blind cocker spaniel sees family for the first time.
Despite her vision handicap, her parents wanted to provide her with the greatest home life possible, so they adopted her and called her Olive.
Olive couldn’t see because she had severe cataracts in both eyes, but it didn’t stop her from being a joyful, lively, and loving dog. Her owners, on the other hand, wondered whether there was anything they could do to help her with her blindness, so they went to see an eye surgeon.
The vet gave them excellent news after evaluating her and determining that her sight might be restored through surgery.
So they took the doctor’s advice and booked the operation, since everyone, especially Olive’s loving family, wanted her to be able to see again. Olive was able to leave the veterinary facility with her sight restored after the procedure was a success. She had been blind for three years.
When Holly and Bart heard the wonderful news, they raced to the vet facility to meet Olive and admire her beautiful eyes.
The dog was overjoyed and awestruck as she gazed around her and was taken aback by all the things she adored. Olive’s delight was fueled by the fact that she was finally allowed to visit her family.
The staff brought the dog out when they arrived at the hospital, and the couple could not stop crying when they saw her approaching them.
Olive was overjoyed to see the faces of her family for the first time, and the encounter got quite emotional as a result. She couldn’t contain her joy and let it show by wagging her tail frantically and hugging them as if thanking them for everything.
Olive’s parents were astounded to see her utilize her eyesight for the first time, and they were overjoyed by their pet’s response.
His eyes are unlike everyone else’s. They’re dark in color.
They took Olive to the vehicle after the meeting, and she glanced around warily because everything was new to her.
He strolled and felt scared when he saw other people or automobiles going by, but he stopped to examine them more closely. He even hid behind Holly at times because there was so much to take in, but she eventually felt at ease enjoying the world.
Olive’s sight was sadly short-lived since her eyes developed glaucoma, a terrible condition for the dog. As a result, the owners had no choice but to perform another operation on the dog to remove her eyes and ease her agony.
Olive, according to the owners, was unfazed by the tough circumstances since she remained a delightful, lively, and affectionate dog with her family.
The couple moved from Canada to Palma de Mallorca, Spain, and Olive, of course, joined them on their new adventure.
Olive continued to enjoy her carefree life with her loving family despite the fact that she would never be able to restore her sight.
Olive will be deeply grateful to Bart and Holly for providing her with the life she so well deserves.