Finding a home for a dog with special needs might be difficult. Randi Snarr and her partner, however, decided they wanted the blind and deaf dog in their lives after watching recordings of the foster dog, Petey.
The idea of owning a dog with special needs may have terrified some people, but Petey’s foster mother reassured them that he was just like any other dog.
He enjoys playing with toys. He enjoys taking strolls. Petey’s foster mother, Cathy Overfield, described him as a “very loving, snuggly boy” who tries to play with dogs.
Randi Snarr realized Petey’s only motivation was to love people when she first met him. People can’t help but fall in love with Petey when they first meet him, according to Randi.
Randi had to make sure Tucker, her dog, and Petey got along before she felt secure in adopting the blind and deaf dog. Fortunately, Randi and her companion had nothing to worry about.
In order to play with each other, Tucker and Petey leashed themselves after their second encounter. They were lifelong best friends right away, according to Randi. It went quite smoothly.
Petey may not have eyes or ears, but his heart more than makes up for it. Randi said, “He has brought so much love, knowledge, and excitement. He was intended to be a member of this family.