Daily Cute: Kellar the Blind Dog Plays Fetch

Over the past few days, this video of a dog playing fetch has garnered thousands of views soon after being uploaded. And for good reason. What’s so endearing about this particular video is that Kellar is blind, and his owners have taught him to play the game by shouting commands like “hot,” “cold,” “left,” “right,” and “warmer.”

Kellar has received so much attention that his owners even uploaded a “sequel” to the original upload. Check out the heartwarming videos below:

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Jim Ven
Jim V2 years ago

thanks for the article.

Sheri D.
Sheri D3 years ago

Thanks for the article and videos. He's a very lucky dog.

Lynne Thrower
Lynne Throwet4 years ago

Oh dear, Maureen This is a short 2 min video about Kellar and about how a dog with disabilites can still enjoy life and be a joy to live with. What a good message to send out, don't you think?For 2 short mins it was just Kellar being filmed that's all, the other dog looked fine to me, he wasn't barking or objecting in any way. To say that they want a pat on the back is very cynical and completley misses the point.

Carrie-Anne Brown

great videos, thanks for sharing :)

Claudia Cavallo
Claudia Cavallo4 years ago

Wonderful, this dog is very lucky to have an owner that dedicateshim so much time so to have a plenty live anyway

KAROLY M4 years ago

Amazing thanks

Karen Friedman
karen F4 years ago

Keller is so adorable, and the owner is so caring!

Jane R.
Jane R4 years ago

How wonderful. He looks so happy. More people should give pets with a disability a loving home.

Teresa S.
Teresa S4 years ago

What a beautiful story and dog! Thank you for sharing it with us.

Rachele Entwistle-Anderso

Maureen, just to clear up some things...First of all, the black lab in the video, a retired seeing eye dog named Quadry, was not being ignored at all. He and Kellar were both playing ball both before and after this video was taken, the lab's ball was just being held when the video was recording so he didn't get in the shot (I know this because the lab is my dog and I was the one holding his ball and Kellar is my friend's dog). And secondly, my friend did not make these videos in order to get a pat on the back at all. She made them in the hopes of demonstating to people that just because an animal isn't "perfect" (no human or animal is) and no matter what challenges they may have to live with, they can have just as a happy and fulfilling life as any other pet! And maybe get people to think twice before passing on adopting a pet who isn't "perfect"!