Once in our care, our volunteers noticed King may have some difficulty seeing everything that is happening around him, so MAGSR had King seen by an eye specialist who diagnosed King with Progressive Retinal Atrophy in both eyes. The doctor feels it could be congenital or event related onset. King is totally blind in his right eye and has partial sight in his left eye. At the vet's recommendation, MAGSR is starting King on a dietary supplement, Ocuvite, which is inexpensive and can be purchased online easily. Going forward, King will need to be seen once a year by an eye specialist. King's foster mom reports he was an amazing patient and through all the tests, he was gentle and cooperative - he even gave the vet a kiss when they were done. King's personality outshines everything else. King is wonderful in the home and quickly gets out of the resident cat's way. On his walks, King is friendly to everyone he meets - adults, kids and other dogs. He rides well in the car, is housebroken, and does well on a leash. He's not fond of the crate, but he does wonderful when free in the house. King can get easily spooked but that may have to do with his limited sight - when he gets scared, he just backups and doesn't bark or growl. He is learning about the steps and that they aren't a bad thing. King loves his food and treats and will sit nicely for them. King is a wonderful guy and anyone who meets him won't focus on his limited sight, but rather what a great dog and companion he is.