Adoptable Pittie of the Week: Baci Update

26 Nov

Our little Baci has been busy recovering from her cherry eye correction surgeries, and it’s been taking a little bit longer than we’d hoped. We’ve had to make quite a few unplanned trips to the vet to make sure everything was going the way it should. This past weekend, we finally saw an ophthalmologist to get some concrete info about her eyes.

“I think my eyes look good, don’t you?”

Baci was so well behaved at the vet waiting for her appointment time to come. She sat patiently for treats and affection, and didn’t make a single sound. But she made it pretty clear she didn’t wait to be there:

Baci’s Stink Eye

So the good news is that her eyes are basically doing what they’re supposed to be doing, it’s just taking a bit longer than expected. Her left eye looks great, is behaving normally, and had a normal reaction to the surgery.

Baci’s Left Eye

Her right eye, however, had some minor complications. Apart from some general swelling and irritation, she has also developed small, treatable ulcer on that eye.

Baci’s Right Eye

See the difference? But despite the annoying eye issues, and the repeated trips to the vet, Baci is as happy and goofy as ever. She loves being with people, and is absolutely dying to play with other dogs. We’ve discovered she knows lots of different commands like, “sit,” “down,” “paw,” “down,” stay,” and more.

Baci doing down at the vet

But after her trip to the vet, she got a treat to the an impromptu visit to foster dad at work at the Majestic Theater on Broadway. She sat and waited so patiently until he was done working, and got lots of visits from actors and crew members from the different Broadway shows. What a lucky girl!

Baci at the Stage Door

Baci is still available for adoption through Bully Project. If you or anyone you know might be interesting adopting her, please email

5 Responses to “Adoptable Pittie of the Week: Baci Update”

  1. barbarajkennedy1014 November 26, 2012 at 10:56 AM #

    Seems like a sweet, beautiful girl who is also an excellent patient. Hope her eye problems resolve soon, and she’s someone beloved famil member before the year is out..

  2. twokittiesonepittie November 27, 2012 at 1:57 AM #

    Awww, she looks a lot better to me!!!! I hope that her eyes heal fully soon. She seems like a real sweetheart. 🙂

  3. kate with a camera November 28, 2012 at 8:45 AM #

    lol, her expression in that second pic is priceless! I’m glad she’s healing up!


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