Buddha is my dog, he is a beautiful 90 lb Boxer but has one slight problem, he can't see very well because of cadiracs in his eyes........ he is full of so much love and so much personality it is cruel for him to live in a world where he can not see the things he loves to be able to understand them to what ever level he may without impaired vision.
The story of Buddha
I moved to Arizona when I was 19, when I was 20 I bought a Boxer puppy to fill the hole in my heart that I had from growing up around Boxers and not currently having the companionship that one such Boxer could provide, I named him Bruiser. Bruiser supposedly had all of his shots, which I come to find out is not true. To make a long story short Bruiser was diagnosed with Parvo, I at the time could not afford to give the dog the proper vet treatment to help him survive and resorted to hollistic medicine which ended up failing in the long run. Bruiser waited for me one morning to curl up in my lap take one last look into my eyes and DIED. I was DEVASTATED. I told my family about the incident life went on.
LITTLE DID I KNOW.......Years later I get a call from my younger sister Lauren who is still living at home with my parents in Iowa, she told me she had some news. She told me that when she heard about Bruiser back at home in Iowa she went out and bought with all of her allowance money a female boxer to be able to breed with my dads male boxer so she could get me a puppy AND THAT SHE DID. Maia, Lauren's boxer,mated with Apollo my dad's boxer, to bring us Buddha!
Buddha is the epitomy of unconditional love, I owe it to him to have his eyes fixed so he can see me and my fiance his owners for who we really are and this world for what it really is, this world he was brought into to be loved and to love, which he does plenty!