Holly Berry was 7 to 9 months old (at 82 pounds) when we rescued her from a shelter in Northern California where we found her with a painful condition called “entropion” (where her eyelids roll in toward her eyes). She also had “cherry eye” which is a condition where the third eyelid bulges in the corner of her eye and is a relatively simple fix, especially when combined with the much more extensive entropion surgery that she needed. All of us at Sunny Saints are very grateful to Holly Berry’s foster mom Amanda who was able to make arrangements with her vet to do the surgeries right away in order to save her eyesight! After a brief convalescent period, Holly Berry was able to enjoy her foster home, which included children and other dogs (both big and small) and quickly became accustomed to the “city noises” since she had always been a country dog. She was never shy and alway very inquisitive with people and her environment. When she met Blaine and Misty Burrow she knew she had found her forever home! Congratulations to the Burrow family and welcome to the Sunny Saints family!