Tag: education about blind dogs

Do All Dogs Go Blind from SARDS?

Dog blindness has many causes, a primary culprit being diabetes. This disease often leads to cataracts and subsequent loss of sight, but while common, diabetes isn’t the only illness responsible. Dogs can also go blind due to other ailments, such as kidney failure, hypertension, and something not fully understood known as Sudden Acquired Retinal Degeneration… Continue reading Do All Dogs Go Blind from SARDS?

What Can You Feed Dogs with Diabetes?

By Nancy O, AAHA Certified Diabetes Educator for Muffin’s Halo After your dogs diagnosis of Diabetes, you will most likely need to change the food that you’re feeding your pup.  The biggest concern for you now is that your pup doesn’t get too much fat from their diet.  What To Feed Dogs With Diabetes Now… Continue reading What Can You Feed Dogs with Diabetes?

Do All Diabetic Dogs Go Blind

By:  Nancy O, AAHA Certified Diabetes Educator, for Muffin’s Halo Do all dogs go blind from diabetes? The simple answer is no.  That answer depends on some factors though.  Factors On Dogs Going Blind From Diabetes It depends on how quickly you catch the disease and begin treating it.  The sooner you get on the… Continue reading Do All Diabetic Dogs Go Blind

How Do You Treat a Dog with Diabetes?

By:  Nancy O, AAHA Certified Diabetes Educator, for Muffin’s Halo How do you treat your newly diagnosed dog with diabetes?  You treat them with all of the love, kindness, and affection that you always have.  You just have a few more steps to take to keep them as healthy and active as they can be.  … Continue reading How Do You Treat a Dog with Diabetes?

Marla Wears A Halo

Marla may be blind but she finds a wonderful purpose in life – spending time with children as they practice their reading skills. Follow Marla’s journey from a farm to Fredericksburg, Virginia as Marla opens her Happy Adoption Day gift, a Muffin’s Halo. A true story about a beautiful blind white standard parti poodle and… Continue reading Marla Wears A Halo