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In shelter Dog

Chicago, IL, 60631
Pet name:
Tricolor (Brown, Black, & White)
Coat length:
Our orphan Haley age 4 years came into our care right around Christmas of 2021 when she was found blind, tied to a fence at an animal control center in Gary, Indiana. We were notified and found Haley to be one remarkable Akita ....disability or not. Haley was seen by several veterinarians and diagnosed with UVD, an auto immune disorder that causes blindness. We had her eyes removed which eliminated a lot of discomfort she was experiencing and Haley healed quickly and is loving her foster home experience. They say when one sense is lost, other senses take over and with Haley, she experiences and sees the world through her heart. She is such a loveable female who shares her love and affection with everyone she encounters from the vets who worked on her to the people she meets in her foster environment. Haley gets around her world with no problems and even does steps easily. Is a huge leaner for loves. A special loving girl.

If you would like to share in Haleys world, please contact Deanna OBrien at or 773 594 9302.

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Midwest Akita Rescue Society-Chicago

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  1. American Humane Association
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  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
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