I sure hate that I have to post again with another problem. As if the little birdie we lost, the sick speckled sussex chick, and the coop massacre weren't enough, I now have a 5 month old Lab puppy that has suddenly gone blind. I don't know why this happened to him. It could be an adverse reaction to the puppy dip (we are battling fleas and ticks this year like crazy). I spoke to the vet about him and he said since he just recently saw the pup and knows he was/is in great health, and if there are no signs of illness or injury, that he likely would not be able to tell me anything. We decided to give it a few days and see how the pup fares before another vet visit. My question is: How do you care for a blind dog? Do they adapt to blindness and still live relatively normal dog lives? He'd obviously be a house dog and kenneled when outside- but would I be ultimately doing the dog a disservice by trying to raise him this way? My MIL had a Lab pup that went blind due to allergic reaction to puppy dip, but made a full recovery after about 3 weeks of blindness, so it's possible the pup may regain sight. I'm just wondering 'what if'... Any insight would be appreciated.