Seth, a manchester terrier, found himself in a shelter at age 17, very thin and not seeing well. (How could that happen?) Once in his ODH home he settled in with another manchester who accepted Seth as he’d not done with other dogs. With careful vet care we learned that Seth was diabetic; it took some effort to get him stabilized but his family worked hard at it. Seth’s vision left entirely (a consequence of long-untreated diabetes), making him much less confident but still a loving, content little fellow.

When a pair of manchesters arrived at his home he showed them the ropes, told them this was a safe place, and then let his family know that he was ready to go.

He was very much loved and will be remembered always.