Muffin, a 13.5-year-old poodle toy who went blind two years ago, and his inventive owner, Silvie Bordeaux, have discovered an extraordinary solution to allow blind dogs traverse the world with ease and confidence. Muffin’s Halo is a halo ring positioned over a blind dog’s head that warns him when he is about to collide with an object.
Since the prototype was created for Muffin, it has been modified to accommodate dogs of all sizes and colors. Silvie is looking forward to seeing the product at shelters around the country, where blind dogs will have a higher chance of being adopted.
Silvie Bordeaux, Muffin’s owner, was inspired to design the “Muffin halo,” an amazing contraption that helps blind dogs to walk with confidence.
The wire ring around this dog’s head causes him to stumble before hitting his head.
The lightweight copper wire is linked to a comfortable harness that is also embellished with gorgeous angel wings.
Silvie Bordeaux invented the gadget after seeing Muffins strike walls and fall down stairs.
Bordeaux intends to see the gadget used at dog shelters so that blind canines have a better chance of getting adopted.
Blind dogs are frequently the least adopted in shelters because people fear adopting dogs with health issues, and it is for this reason that these sorts of technologies are critical for quickly rescuing and rehabilitating a stray dog and introducing it into a new home.