Muffin’s Halo White Angel Wings

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 11 customer ratings
(11 customer reviews)

$79.95$139.95

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Please see sizing chart below to determine the size of your dog for our product - We are NOT STANDARD SIZES so please measure your Dog's neck, girth and profile as directed below and order the size your dog's girth measurement falls under.

Also please watch our videos on how to assemble Muffins's Halo on your blind dog inside the Assembly Information tab under the product.

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Description

Muffin’s Halo White Angel Wings ® is a 3 piece must-have device that helps blind dogs transition to become familiar with existing or new surroundings quickly. It starts as a harness that is wrapped snuggly around a dog’s neck and torso. The wing attaches to the neck of the harness. The halo is attached to the wing and when placed on neck of the harness, the halo is just above the eye 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 alerting them to go in a different direction. They catch on very fast and it is truly amazing to watch their confidence level rise. Wearing the harness also makes them feel cuddled and less anxious.  The Muffin’s Halo White Angel Wings makes them look angelic and is a Muffin’s Halo original design.

Material: Light weight and comfortable, made out of polyester/cotton twill and a stylish easy fit with adjustable velcro straps. Muffin’s Halo White Angel Wings does not hinder a dog’s normal daily activity. They can 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 can be cleaned with a baby wipe or damp cloth. The fabric on Muffin’s Halo White Angel Wings’ halo part is a durable water resistant nylon pack cloth.

 
Blind Soldier Camo Halo Style Dog sizing chart for Muffin's Halo

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XXS, XS, Small, Medium, Large, XL, 1XL, 2XL, 3XL

Muffins Halo white parts

11 reviews for Muffin’s Halo White Angel Wings

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Christopher (verified owner)

    Our 12-year old Shih Tzu went blind in a matter of weeks, so it was extremely difficult for her to adapt. When I found Muffin’s Halo online, I didn’t hesitate to order a halo for our little Zoey. The owner, Silvie, was extremely accommodating, even expediting the shipment for us at no extra cost as we needed the collar ASAP considering Zoey was constantly running into things. It has taken her a while to adjust, but the collar serves as advertised! Thank you, Silvie!

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Ann Mc Crohon (verified owner)

    Put this on my 9 year old pug & noticed great improvement in his confidence & mobility within 15 minutes. Winston has had impaired vision in his (L) eye due to an ulcer when he was a puppy. Last year,his (R) eye had to be removed & over the last few months he had lost his confidence & was reluctant to move around on his own . Got his Halo yesterday & wore it today & within 15 minutes the transformation was amazing & he was back to his usual mobility & confidently strutting around like a puppy .I am so pleased with this result that I have ordered another for changing . Would not hesitate to recommend the Halo to anyone & will certainly do so .Very happy to endorse this great product/ thanks to everyone at Muffin,s Halo- Ann (& Winston)

  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    Tim McCann

    Jane Doe has turned a new leaf since getting her Muffin’s halo. Over the past year, she has slowly lost her vision and she had turned from an adventurous pup into a very timid senior. Muffin’s halo has given Jane Doe the ability to freely get around the house and has revitalized her!

  4. Rated 5 out of 5

    Chelsea Funaro

    My 11 year old Schnoodle Guido went blind after being diagnosed with diabetes. I was so happy to search the web and find a product like this to help him adjust. Guido became so confident while wearing the Halo that even when we take it off, he is still confident. Thank you Muffins Halo for inventing a product to help our fur babies

  5. Rated 5 out of 5

    Sherri Hovey

    When I saw Zsa Zsa photo on Facebook, I immediately fell in love! Zsa Zsa, 12 year old 3.5 lbs Maltese, had been rescued by Saving K9 Lives Plus from the shelter with matted hair around her eyes. The precious angel couldn’t see with the matting. After getting treated by the vet hospital and Eye Care for Animals, Zsa was on her way to healing. Zsa Zsa had one issue, she loves to roam and walk freely. With the help of Silvie and Muffin’s Halo for blind dogs, Zsa Zsa was able to roam at her pace. Zsa Zsa stayed with her foster home until she was able to come to my house in Iowa. A volunteer lovingly brought Zsa Zsa around Christmas from Los Angeles. I cherish every moment with Zsa Zsa. Muffin’s Halo for Blind Dogs helped her make the adjustment to my home. She explored and never got hurt as the halo prevented her from bumping into walls and furniture. Having a blind dog is a blessing. Muffin’s Halo for Blind Dogs takes out the worry and stress of letting her roam and be a regular dog. Zsa Zsa has a XX-Small Pink Halo. Happy Holidays to everyone at Muffin’s Halo, With love always, Sherri and Zsa Zsa

  6. Rated 5 out of 5

    Diane LeMay

    Simcha was 17 when her vision was completely lost. She began having problems the year before, but compensated as the loss was slow. By just over 17, she was blind. Her interest in her two Bichon family members dropped, she didn’t want to go outside unless I was with her and she resorted to sleeping more. I began a search online for “help for blind dogs.” Muffin’s Halo appeared. After reading the story and looking at the pictures, I thought I’d give it a try. I chose the pink halo with angel wings. When it arrived, I let Simcha examine it with her other senses. She appeared interested and kept near it. I placed the Halo on her and after a short evening of trying to figure out what it was, she began to walk around with it. Over the next six months, the Halo gave life back to my girl. She played with her Bichon buddies, went on walks, went outside alone. She played with her toys again. I had my Simcha back. She became an actual angel 3 days after her 18th birthday. Muffin’s Halo allowed her to become alive again. I am blessed to have found this for her. My 16 year old followed her over the Rainbow Bridge 5 weeks later. Their offspring is now 15 and just beginning to have some impairment in his vision. I won’t make him wear Simcha’s pink halo but soon, he will be getting his own. Many thanks to Muffin and his mom for giving my girl a great quality of life with the Halo! Diane and Simcha

  7. Rated 5 out of 5

    Amanda and Brent (verified owner)

    Holly was thrown out onto the street by her first owners. When we brought her back to them, they refused to let her in. They just didn’t want her anymore. Their loss and our gain, with that we got to adopt her right then. Holly became our buddy and a part of our family. She loved hiking and everyone she met. As she became elderly, she developed glaucoma, diabetes, and spinal disease but, she never lost her fondness for exploration. We would carry her into the rooms we were currently in at the time; however, she refused to stay seated. It was heartbreaking hearing her thump into walls as she tried to navigate our house. Finding Muffin’s Halo was a Godsend. Thanks to you, she was able to spend the last 18 months of her life exploring with ease and confidence. We appreciate everything you do for our furry friends!

  8. Rated 5 out of 5

    Shannon Griffiths

    I rescued Betty Boop from the Riverside Shelter in Sept. 2017. She’s 10+ years young, and such a sweetie. After I got her home I realized she was totally blind. I already have another little blind Chi (Angel), that I rescued a couple of years ago, and I got her a Muffins Halo when I first got her. Now she doesn’t even need it, so I put it on Betty, and within a couple of days she was getting around everywhere. It really made a difference for them both, and I am so thankful.

    Sincerely,

    Shannon Griffiths

  9. Rated 5 out of 5

    Lauren Kelchner

    My Boston Terrier Jameson has terrible glaucoma that was causing her to go blind quickly. She was injuring herself trying to get around. The muffins Halo was a blessing when I found it – she felt more comfortable and confident every time she has it on and walked around without fear. I love seeing her in her halo wings and everyone else does too!! Thank you from all of us blind dog owners out there!! 🙂

  10. Rated 5 out of 5

    Robert Walters

    Bingo is my 12 year old Dachshund/Pekingese mix. On December 21, 2015 I started fostering Bingo for a local rescue. Bingo is a very good sweet old man who is afraid of loud noises. Bingo is quite talkative at meal time. Bingo has been a member of my family for almost 2 years. When I first started to foster Bingo I would take him for walks and just wanted to keep walking, but as is vision started going away he slowed down and only wanted to go for shorter walks. I adopted Bingo ‪on April 30‬, 2016. Bingo is a part of my family and I love him. Over the last 1 1/2 years Bingo has slowly gone blind. He does good without the Muffins Halo at home and in his yard, the Muffin’s Halo helps him when I need to take him places that are not familiar and it gives him confidence. Since Bingo has got his Muffin’s Halo he is more energetic and plays almost every day with my three 3 year old dogs. I completely recommend the Muffin’s Halo.

  11. Rated 5 out of 5

    Arianna Hollwager

    My Lacy’s life started a little rough being born in a rescue and then being the runt of a litter of 5 Shih Tzu’s! I was lucky enough to adopt her! She was diagnosed with Vitreoretinal Dysplasia and Retinal Detachment. Lacy will be 5 next year and she had adapted to her surroundings like a pro. The Muffin Halo definitely helped her build confidence and she is living a new normal life with a wagging tail!
    Thank you for giving all “Doggy Parents” a sense of relief knowing their pets (kids) can still have a wonderful life even if they have lost their site!

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