It starts as a harness that may be wrapped snuggly around a dog’s neck and torso. The wings attachs to the neck of the harness. The halo is connected to the wing and when placed on neck of the harness, the halo is just above the attention level and acts as a buffer to safeguard a blind dog’s head, nose, face and shoulders from bumping into hard surfaces. When the halo taps a hard surface, it sends a signal to the dog they usually mechanically go in a different direction. They catch on very fast and it’s actually amazing to observe their confidence level upward push. Wearing the harness also makes them feel cuddled and no more anxious. Muffin’s Halo helps your blind dog lead a bump-free life! Material: Light weight and comfortable, comprised of polyester/cotton twill and a fashionable easy fit with adjustable velcro straps. Muffin’s Halo for Blind Dogs does not hinder a dog’s normal day-to-day activity. They may be able to eat, drink, sleep and play with it on. Care Instructions For Wing and Harness: Cold water machine/delicate or hand wash and lay flat to dry. No bleach. Halo may also be wiped clean with a baby wipe or damp cloth. The material on halo is a durable waterproof nylon pack cloth. “Muffin’s Halo provides blind dogs a stupendous tool. It in point of fact enhances their lives.” Dr. Richard Palmquist, DVM Centinela Animal Hospital Category (item-type): pet-eye-care-supplies
Muffin’s Halo for Blind Dogs ® is a 3 piece will have to-have device that helps blind dogs transition to turn into accustomed to existing or new surroundings quickly.
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This twice-patented blind dog product offers head protection, and is highly advisable by Animal Ophthalmologists and Veterinarians world wide
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“I think Muffin’s Halo Guide For Blind Dogs is a superb tool to lend a hand augment the lives of our patients with vision loss.” Christin Fahrer, DVM, MS, DACVO Eye Care For Animals