QUALITY OF LIFE FOR A LITTLE BLIND DOG

The last post I wrote introduced my darling little Maltese, Priscilla.  Priscilla is an adorable little creature who went blind over a four day period in early April 2015.  You can read up on her dilemma in my last post, “Living with a Blind Dog”.  A special delivery arrived in the mail today, all the way from America.  Muffin’s Halo is the object that I have been waiting for this past week.  We put the device together and put it on Priscilla and this is what it looks like folks.  This device was custom made in California by a lady who was inspired to assist her own little dog by the name of Muffin.  This device is now sold all over the world and I can only hope that more custodians of dogs who have gone blind will consider purchasing this device to improve their little furry friends’ quality of life.

PRISCILLA AND TEDDY NOV 15

 

 

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2 thoughts on “QUALITY OF LIFE FOR A LITTLE BLIND DOG

  1. Hi Marjorie! The halo is made to measure and it fits to just beyond Priscilla’s nose. When Priscilla hits a wall or an object, she has learned very quickly to stop and let the halo slide off the hard object. She no longer crashes into things and hurts her face and ruins her confidence. The halo has become like a warning bumper bar. We hear her tap tapping around the house. I might add that Priscilla now has a higher status with Jon’s three rescued cats who share our menagerie. She bumps the cats out of the way! Prior to this Priscilla used to be scared of the cats but no more, thanks to the halo. You can read up on the halo on the creator’s website: http://www.muffinshalo.com. We educate everyone about this device and how it can restore happiness and confidence in animals that go blind. Thanks for visiting Marjorie! jane 🙂

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