We've had a few medical emergencies since her arrival in May but Hailey continues to thrive, grow through whatever has happened and maintain a wonderful disposition. She is very friendly with everyone. She a pretty serious ear infection/allergy reaction a couple of months back which the vet believes caused some residual neurological issues that really aren't that noticeable and don't require further attention. What it did do is escalate her cataracts and now she is completely blind. A bit of an adjustment as she has loved seeing and catching balls in the air was something she took great pride in. She has had to redefine "play" for herself and although it took a couple of weeks for her to adjust to not seeing, she has made great progress and is a great role model for adjusting to adversity. I've learned much from this dog and she continues to bring laughter to this household with her antics. She is very determined and her OCD is still present, regardless of her loss of sight. The extreme cold has limited out walks outside for the time being and by next week we should be back to our twice daily long walks. Thankful that I've had a blind dog in the past as the "old tricks" came back to me rather quickly and Hailey didn't have to pay such a high price in my learning curve.