Meet these three adorable Corso puppies who found their way to CCR through a litter surrender. Unfortunately, at just 10 weeks old, these little ones started experiencing a condition known as cherry eye. Cherry eye is a common and hereditary condition found in Cane Corsi, where the gland responsible for tear production moves out of place and protrudes from the eye’s protective membrane.
Cherry eye causes swelling and disrupts proper blood circulation, leading to a lack of tear production and potential infections. To treat this condition, the preferred method is to tack the prolapsed gland back into place, ideally using a technique called tacking and imbrication. This procedure preserves tear production and avoids removing the gland altogether, which is a less expensive alternative. However, due to the complexities involved, including scrolling cartilage, these surgeries are best performed by a specialist.
These resilient puppies are eagerly awaiting their forever homes, and the only thing standing in their way is the necessary surgeries to correct their eye conditions. We are actively seeking funds to ensure that all three girls receive the medical care they need. By supporting their surgeries, you can help these puppies overcome their challenges and give them the opportunity to live happy and healthy lives.
Your contribution will make a significant difference in the lives of these courageous Corso puppies. Let’s come together as a community to raise the funds needed for their eye surgeries. Every donation brings us one step closer to sending them home, where they can thrive with their loving families. Thank you for considering supporting these resilient puppies on their journey to brighter days.