When a beloved dog becomes blind, what do you do?
My suggestion to get him a Seeing EyeCat wasn't received well so I did the next best thing . . .
You get him wings and a halo!!
Sandy is my Mother's 18 year old poodle. The little guy is now deaf and blind but otherwise healthy and now happy again.
Thanks to Silvie at Muffins Halo
She created this for her own dog and after seeing the success her dog experienced, she went into production.
You see, we were concerned about this little guy getting confused and smashing his head into anything in his path. It had to hurt! He was getting to the point where he didn't want to leave his bed. Within moments of him trying on his wings and halo, he was able to maneuver around without hurting himself. He can sleep in his wings too as you can see in the photo! (it is what he does best at this stage of his life)
If you have, or know someone who has, a blind dog of any size, please visit Muffins Halo and get yourself a Halo with wings or football pads, a butterfly . . . there's something for every dog's personality.
Considering all that our dogs do for us, isn't this the least we can do for them!
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