Duffy, the cute Irish Terrier who was rescued, has had health problems on several occasions. He was diagnosed with diabetes which eventually led to vision loss. With the help of medication, Duffy’s diabetes was cured, but without vision, he was no longer the same.
From the possibility of one day seeing his beloved family to the fact that he couldn’t see anything at all, let alone their faces, I can only imagine how he must have felt.
Fortunately, Duffy was qualified for eye surgery that could restore his vision. This was great news for this very good boy. The Duffy family did not hesitate to register Duffy for the operation. His treatment and surgery took place at the Veterinary Center in Malvern, Pennsylvania.
In stunning video, Duffy is shown leaving the operating room and seeing his men for the first time in months. Duffy is so genuinely happy and happy to see his family again after a long absence that his tail is wagging a thousand miles an hour.
In fact, he comes into such ecstasy that he even begins to emit quiet, strident sobs as a personal means of expressing happiness. It’s incredibly touching and fun to watch.
Dr. Kevin Cumrow, the vet who helped Duffy with diabetes. As soon as he was ready for the operation, Dr. Brady Beale operated on him. Together, the two doctors have given this dog another chance at a happy and fulfilling life, and it couldn’t happen to a more worthy pup.
Watch the enchanting scene, below: