Blind Dog Undergoes Surgery and Sees Its Mother for the First Time

 This heartwarming story is about a blind dog who found a new home and a loving family. Holly and Bart Emerson, a couple from Canada, decided to get a pet. That's when they heard about a rescued terrier mix they had found wandering down Olive Street in Los Angeles. The couple had a friend who knew the dog and asked that person to take it to Vancouver so Holly and Bart could adopt it. As a result, they named the dog Olivia. Olivia had problems with her eyes, which led to blindness.

Olivia had severe cataracts in both eyes, and she could hardly see anything, not even her loving owners. Despite this, it did not prevent Olivia from being a playful and affectionate dog for the couple. Holly and Bart were thinking about how they could make Olivia's life a little better. Therefore, they listened to the advice of a veterinarian, who said that cataracts can be removed surgically. The couple wanted to please Olivia, so they listened to the direction and took the dog to the vet.

The dog's owners felt excitement and concern about Olivia's operation. Fortunately, Holly and Bart received good news from the vet that the operation was successful. Upon hearing this news, they immediately rushed to the vet to see their dog again. By the time they got to the vet, the nurses had taken the dog out of the operating room, and the couple just couldn't hold back the tears when they saw

Olivia joyfully approached them. It was a truly joyful and heartwarming time for Olivia and her owners.

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