29 Responses to “Harry: He’s Got a Lot of Scents But He’s Not Very Smart”

  1. Mari Detto

    Harry, put on your cape and use that super power for the good of mankind! If terrorists ever try to smuggle a full garbage can into the country you could save us all <3

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  2. Kathy

    It is amazing what animals can do with a handicap. I have a one-eyed Pug, and he doesn’t know he is different. He gets around great and is the best little dog I have ever had! Go, Harry!!

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  3. Gerald Murray

    Thank God for folks who overlook handicaps and give these special pups love and a home.

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  4. vixen_sun

    Bless you for taking care of him. Lots of people wouldn’t want a dog that couldn’t see. He looks well loved and happy!

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  5. madisonpage

    Awesome Harry for being such an inspiration and a teacher of unconditional love. Dogs don’t depend on their eyes for vision. It’s their sense of smell and hearing and their incredible sense of self “I can do anything with less as long I am cared and loved” 🙂

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    • Barbara

      What a perfect observation. They are so much more evolved than we could ever hope to be.

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  6. LucysDad

    What an adorable dog!! Glad to know his lack of eyes doesn’t mean a lack of bad doggedness!

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  7. kathy erickson

    love to see that he doesn’t know what he doesn’t know.. unlike people .. he has no handicap.. he has extra sharp senses!! go baby go!

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  8. Erika

    Awe Harry! You’re so cute, glad you have a great life, I hope it’s a long healthy one!!!

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  9. waterrollsuphill

    Go Harry! Our senior weenie lost an eye to glaucoma and is mostly blind in the other due to SARDS. He also is a cabinet opener and trash thief. Keep on keeping on, Harry. Disabled dogs rock!

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  10. Love Freely!

    Harry is a Super Hero!! There was probably something dangerous in the trash… a banana peel, an almost empty peanut butter jar…

    P.S. cutest little boy!!!

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  11. AMoparGirl

    Aww, how young was he? Mine lost her left eye around age 7 to glaucoma. It was tested & found to be congenital, so I have to give her drops in her other eye to hopefully ward off the glaucoma.

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