Little Bella suffered from a condition called lens luxation of both her eyes. This occurs when the lens, which is a disc-shaped structure required for the eye to focus, becomes dislodged from its normal position in the eye.  Although Bella was initially successfully treated with eye drops, the eyes eventually developed glaucoma and became blind and painful. Thus, it was in Bella’s best interest to have them removed. This procedure is called enucleation. Bella recovered brilliantly from surgery and her owners were amazed at how well she has adjusted:

“She is now 11 and she is doing so well. She is still acting like a puppy and playing with her toys. It’s amazing. She loves running on the beaches and walking round the shops. It’s so amazing how she had adapted to it all. Thank you for all your support!”