Oh my gosh he's so cute. I'm not familiar with entropian surgery, my Blossom had cherry eye. The first eye to come out was the right one at 5 months old. At first I was able to massage it back in, but then it just kept coming out. When she was 7 months old, I had her spayed , and I fixed her eye at the same time. The spay and eye surgery cost $850 , $400 for spay, $250 for her eye, and the rest was anesthetic , IV fluids, medications, etc. A week after her surgery , the left eye developed cherry eye. I had it fixed 2 weeks ago, and that surgery was $950. The reason it was more for just the one eye is because when she was spayed, she was already under anesthetic, and IV, and medications, so the second surgery was added at the same time. The second surgery was more expensive because she had to be put under again, and have IV fluids, and medications again. I thought she was free and clear for the other eye, as it was 3 months later, but unfortunately , the other eye came out. If I had waited one more week, I could have done the spay and both eyes, and not have had to put her under anesthetic twice. Luckily I purchased insurance when I bought the pups, so everything was covered 80%, which really helps, especially when you have two. I put them on the puppy wellness program, which covered all their vaccinations, revolution for 6 months, spay/ neuter, unlimited coverage for accidents, and unlimited or illness. I'm leaving them on this level until they are a year old, then will drop down to level 2 or 3, because they will have had all their surgeries, and vaccinations, and won't need all the puppy stuff. The other 2 levels are around $45 and $55 a month, and cover $5000 a year for accidents, and $5000 for illness, as well as $450 year for dental, and alternative treatments , and behavioural therapies.
Here are some pics of my two guys Blossom and Bulldozer