Anyway, we were able to take her home and home care for her after she spent the hour in recovery. The surgery was successful and her cornea was repaired, and she can see just fine. She will be required to have eye drops twice a day for the remainder of her life but that is little to give for saving her eye sight. She was so funny with the collar they put on so that she wouldn't scratch her eye - she kept getting stuck in the doggy doors, so she couldn't get outside to do her "business". She got frustrated and was not shy in telling us that she wanted it off. We took it off and she was such a good girl - she truly realized the trade off - - the collar for not scratching her eye. We had to remind her several times but she was really good about being careful.
Saturday afternoon and evening when Jan and I serve at the temple, Cindy volunteered to come and dog sit, to ensure that Harley didn't scratch her eye. THANK YOU, CINDY!!!! Cindy kept watch and Harley survived another day without scratching her eye. Jan took her to the doctor for her 2 week check up and the eye healed properly and all is well. Thanks Jan for taking such good care of Harley while I'm at work.