(Good News) Blind Golden Retriever Gets Seeing Eye Puppy

By JOELLE GOLDSTEIN, People 

You’ve heard of humans having seeing eye dogs, but what about dogs having seeing eye dogs?

Meet Charlie: an 11-year-old golden retriever. In 2016, Charlie’s owners Adam and Chelsea Stipe had to get his left eye removed after suffering from glaucoma.

A year later, the pup was forced to remove his other eye, causing him to go completely blind, Today reportedthis link opens in a new tab.

But now, the adorable golden has a new pal to help him navigate the world — a 4-month-old puppy named Maverick.

The North Carolina couple brought Maverick home in January, and though the two didn’t initially get along, they’ve since become close buds — with Charlie relying on the puppy for nearly everything, from walking, playing, eating, and even using him as a pillow!

“They’re both pretty crazy and special,” Chelsea, who recently welcomed a new babythis link opens in a new tab, told Today. “They’re definitely our entertainment.”

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