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Senior dog gets seeing-eye puppy after the lose of vision

Earlier this year, Chelsea and Adam Stipe adopted Maverick, a 4 months old puppy, to provide companionship and support for their blind 11-year-old dog, Charlie, who lost his eyesight to glaucoma, and, eventually, a double enucleation.
(Instagram, @Charlieandmav)

Best friends fur ever! Two golden retrievers in North Carolina have taken social media by storm for their unique pawesome bond.

Earlier this year, Chelsea and Adam Stipe adopted Maverick, a 4 months old puppy, to provide companionship and support for their blind 11-year-old dog, Charlie, who lost his eyesight to glaucoma, and, eventually, a double enucleation, NBC Philadelphia reports.

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Welcoming Maverick in their house on new year’s day 2019, the Posts say that the older dog was at first skeptical about the roaring junior, though he has since warmed up to accept his own “seeing-eye puppy as a part of the family.
(Instagram @Charlieandmav)

Welcoming Maverick in their house on new year’s day 2019, the Posts say that the older dog was at first skeptical about the roaring junior, though he has since warmed up to accept his own “seeing-eye puppy as a part of the family.

“They are both rather weird and particular. They are certainly of our entertainment,” Chelsea told NBC.

The owner detail that Maverick quickly realized that Charlie the difficulties which he did not, and the good-natured pup can quickly adapt to its rhythms and routines for the blind dog.

“They are both rather weird and particular. They are certainly of our entertainment, owner of Chelsea said.
(Instagram, @Charlieandmav)

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“If they would play, Maverick would realize that Charlie would lose the toys sometimes, so [Maverick] would pick up and then put it back in front of him to again to play the” Chelsea should be the beginning of their friendship. “They almost turn into small sled dogs, where they walk together, [.]”

The dogs made their Instagram debut earlier this week with the joint account @charlieandmav, where their playful antics since then she has won over 58,000 followers-to-date.

“It was crazy. It was not what I expected,” Chelsea said of her puppies overnight fame.

Moving forward, one thing is for sure: this puppy love is certainly true.

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