Look, Miley's eyes are open. I got the this small park just as the sun was coming over the trees. So the light was coming over before the full sun was over the top of the trees. So, she could keep her eyes open.
I took Miley to her appointment this week with the Vet Ophthalmologist. It was big bucks, Ack!!! Anyway, they tested her tear production because dogs can have dry eye and can cause scaring on corneas but Miley's was normal. She had normal eye pressures and then they stained her cornea's for ulcers or scratches. All normal. Then the eye doctor came in and looked at her eyes. She said Miley has Sheltie Dystrophy. (Ive never heard of this). Its a genetic disease that they think is autoimmune. They get inflammation in the corneas which then causes scaring on the corneas. She said both eyes have equal amount of scaring. She said the scaring is like little dimples, like the dimples on a golf ball. She didnt think it was effecting her vision yet. So the plan is to control the inflammation so there is no more scaring. She was started on Cyclosporin eye medication twice a day. She will be seen in one month to see if the medication is working. If not, there is another medication they can try. Most likely she will need to stay on the medication the rest of her life but hopefully on a decrease dose. Like once every 3 days or so.
Im still taking Daisy Peels on line handling class. This week we did terrible. I think Java must not understand call the heel over the jump with speed. Miley had no problem coming in over the jump before the tunnel. Java just wasnt reading it.
I think by the end I was saying cuss words. Not good. I had to listen to my videos I sent Daisy to make sure I wasnt sending any with bad words on it. I think to get Java over the jump, I finally said forcefully, "Home here right now". LOL, that work. But the idea is to use handling skills to do the course not verbals. LOL
Its been hard video taping sequences with my ipad since Apple did that upgrade to ipads. It brought the camera in closer so now my wide angle lens was wide enough to take video of sequencing. Ive been searching the Internet and finally found what I needed. I had bought some 37mm lenses (thats the thread end) , which is what would work with my ipad holder. The problem was the plastic piece that holds the lens wouldnt accept all lens. Sometime the lens would hit the corner of the main plastic holder, so the lens couldnt thread. But then I found this.
The one on the left is the new one. It has a metal thread ring already it in. So I could just pop out the old plastic slide and put the new one it. It was only 12 dollars, I think, and well worth it. Makes it so much easier to change lenses. And they are in there very tight so they won fall out.
Then they were also selling an extra wide angle lens, only for video not taking pictures with you ipad. Works great.
Someone asked me a question, so Im going to post some more information. Your ipad fits into that plastic case. See below. You can slide the lens into position when you need it, and slide down when you dont need it. The whole unit sits on top of your tripod.
Have a Happy Thanksgiving.