Let's get this nasty bit of business out of the way:
Entropion is an abnormality of the eyelids in which the eyelid "rolls" inward. This inward rolling often causes the hair on the surface of the eyelid to rub against the cornea (outer part of the eyeball) resulting in pain, corneal ulcers or corneal erosions.It's been fixed and his eyes have healed up, they just need some fur to grow back on his face to look completely normal.
Champ is about 18 months old and he weighed 105 when he was recently neutered. He must have felt miserable until his eyes were fixed, but he's ready to enjoy life now. He seems like a sweet and friendly rottweiler. I gave him his own space in a kennel today to observe all the other dogs, but in the evening I introduced him to Max with no problem. He wags that little tail as hard as he can to let you know he's happy.
|He's got an extra wide tongue.|
|No issues meeting Max.|
|He was fine in the kennel today, but was happy to get into|
the dog yard and stretch his legs and check out everything.
|We had a rainbow with no rain after Champ arrived, that's got to be a good sign.|
|There's nothing quite like that rottweiler smile.|
|He mostly ignored Max, which is smart.|