Love is Blind - Panhandle Animal Shelter
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There was a possibility of corona virus exposure at Panhandle Animal Shelter.  The shelter will be closed for adoptions until April 18th as a precaution. If you are an owner with an emergency that requires you to surrender your pet OR if you find a stray dog, you will need to call to schedule an appointment at (208) 265-7297 ext. 100. Because we are experiencing staff shortages, we cannot guarantee we will be available to take in strays that don’t have a scheduled intake day and time. If needed, please call Bonner County dispatch at (208) 265-5525 for assistance.  For more information on services we are still providing, click the button.

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Love is Blind

Love is Blind tells the story of Boomer the dog who was adopted from Panhandle Animal Shelter. Boomer later suffered from glaucoma in both eyes. Debbie, Boomer’s adopter, made the difficult decision to have his eyes removed to spare him from the awful agony he was experiencing. Debbie shares the difficulty sadness she experienced which eventually transformed into perseverance and triumph. Debbie also shares the tactics she employed to help Boomer regain his confidence and ability to navigate.