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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