Home inventor creates aid for blind dogs


Touted as a revolutionary invention, Muffiin’s Halo may be among the latest hot products coming to retailer near you.  Designer Silvie Bordeaux came up with the idea after her 12-year-old Poodle Muffin lost his sight due to cataracts and began bumping into walls.  Muffin became depressed and immobile and, unable to find a solutions, Bordeaux invented one.  The “halo” is a lightweight apparatus that sits on a dog’s neck, is machine washable, adjustable, and designed not to impede normal activity.  Halos are currently sized for smaller dogs, and larger sizes are in the works.  Learn more at MuffinsHalo.weebly.com.