**SPECIAL NEEDS** Poor Raisin. He'd been taken to the shelter by his owner because he was diagnosed with diabetes. Unfortunately, instead of giving him care, his owner elected to relinquish him. Probably better for Raisin though, since his owner was keeping him outdoors due to incontinence and only feeding him cat food. Raisin came to us extremely underweight and malnourished, but with a tail that shook with delight. It's almost as if he knew he was going to be in the best care; next to a loving forever home. In addition to being diabetic, Raisin is also sight impaired due to cataracts in both eyes. But, like all Pugs with compromised eyes, he mapped out his new digs in no time. This precious doll is sweet and loving! Once he gets to know you, he'll oftentimes follow you around. He enjoys playing with toys and being around other dogs. He's also an awesome walker on leash - despite not seeing much. Don't let his diabetes deter you from adopting this special and loyal friend. He's very good about taking his injections and has come to expected them the two times per day we administer them. Please consider handsome Raisin as your next forever family member. We're sure you won't be disappointed!