HiFuzzyPet Adjustable Blind Dog Halo, Pets Protective Vest Ring
This blind dog halo is specially designed for pets who are blind, have blurred vision, and have sick eyes and it doesn't affect daily activities, such as sleep, eating, and so on.
- Reducing their fear
- Protecting them from hitting walls or other obstacles
- Increasing the pet's confidence to participate in normal life
- Let blind pets familiarize themselves with their surroundings quickly and safely
Easy to Put On - This halo for blind dogs comes attached to a vest harness so your pet can wear it easily. The Blind Dog Harness Guiding Device is adjustable and secured by touch fasteners to ensure that your dog is comfortable as they learn to adapt to its poor vision.
Also, the double buckle design, and double protection. With a lifting loop, you can hang the traction rope when you go out.
High-Quality Materials: The blind pet anti-collision collar is made of aluminum, SBR, and foam material which can be used repeatedly and is durable for long time use.
Ultra Light Weight: This pet anti-collision ring is lightweight and easy to wear. No extra burden, no damage to the pet's cervical spine, and no impact on pet activities, even small pets can use it easily.
Build Confidence: When your pets start to adapt to this anti-collision device, they will learn to trust this device, and our equipment will help your pet rebuild confidence in life. Because this device will guide them to avoid hitting hard objects and protect themselves.
Vest - Blue/ Red
Halo - White
Widely available for: Any visually impaired puppy, kitten, or other pets.
Package Includes: 1* Pet anti-collision ring
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1. Please measure your dog’s nasal distance and bust to choose the proper size before buying.
2. For the first time, pets may not get used to it, and the owner needs to be patiently guided to use it.
When the halo taps a hard surface, it acts as a buffer to safeguard your dog’s head, face, and nose from contact, avoiding pain and accidents, in turn helping them learn their surroundings.