Monday, April 3, 2017


A little over a year ago, Honey developed a vision problem caused by Choroidopathy, a buildup of fluid behind the retina of her left eye.  The treatment for the condition was the injection of medicine into the eyeball.
Today we got up at zero dark thirty in order to make a 7:45 a.m. appointment to have her eye checked, and it was certainly worth the trip.  Her last injection was last May, almost a year ago, and photos of her retina continue to look normal!

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