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  • Melo, blind and deaf cocker spaniel, makes himself at home with Elk Grove couple

    Nelson Kempsky and Sandy Wellington, a pair of 78-year-old dog lovers who spend their days on a spacious and tranquil Elk Grove ranch, are the new pet parents to Carmelo. The 8-year-old dog had lived with former owner Marilyn Crisp, even as she became legally blind due to cataracts a few years ago.

Nelson Kempsky and Sandy Wellington, a pair of 78-year-old dog lovers who spend their days on a spacious and tranquil Elk Grove ranch, are the new pet parents to Carmelo. The 8-year-old dog had lived with former owner Marilyn Crisp, even as she became legally blind due to cataracts a few years ago. Hector Amezcua The Sacramento Bee
Nelson Kempsky and Sandy Wellington, a pair of 78-year-old dog lovers who spend their days on a spacious and tranquil Elk Grove ranch, are the new pet parents to Carmelo. The 8-year-old dog had lived with former owner Marilyn Crisp, even as she became legally blind due to cataracts a few years ago. Hector Amezcua The Sacramento Bee

Blind, deaf dog finds happy home in Elk Grove

September 01, 2016 12:30 PM

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