Success Stories

Arcadia

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Arcadia is so proud with her halo. Thanks so much.

Backstory

My husband and myself back in February adopted our Arcadia. Arcadia, is almost two years young, husky German shepherd mixed. When we first met her we wanted to take her right home, due to a disease shepherd had in her right eye at that time we were unable to. She has blood pressure behind her eye they told us so she had to have it removed. As soon as she became adoptable, we went right away and got our newest bundle.

Late March, Arcadia started showing mama signs of complete blindness. We went right away to the vet to find she is completely blind now in her left eye, the blood pressure is now so bad behind her left eye she now tomorrow is gonna have her left eye removed as well. Arcadia has taken right to me more now then ever, which I wouldn’t have it any other way.

I try so hard to constantly keep track of her every move, talking to her every step of the way, it seems to have already started to boost her confidence with what I have been doing. I put a harness right on her as soon as I very first realized myself she was blind. Mothers instinct, we always know. I am still very worried for her when I can not be with her. Which is not often at all, but for the two of us especially mama is very nerve racking.

I have to say how very proud of her I am, she is the bravest dog I have ever met, she is so grateful for love and protection, as I am so thankful for her. I believe God put her in my path at the perfect time so she had enough time to be prepared for this.

Of course I wish there was more I could do for her, at this time we are doing the very best we can. My husband was talking to me about us looking into something for her safety as well as her confidence, so I seen these, absolutely by far the best thing anyone could have created for the blind dogs. At this time with all the vet bills with this so far at this time sure can’t afford it.

On another note, happiest of happy birthday to you Chloe, may you be blessed with many more!

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Milo

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“Milo is getting the hang of his new Muffin’s Halo. He moves much quicker, knowing he won’t hit anything. Milo thanks his angels!”
Kim

Back Story

“We really don’t know much about this sweet boy. A fellow rescuer found him severely dehydrated abandon in Nebraska. More than 30 miles from any town. Someone intentionally left him there to die frightened and alone.

Shortly after rescuing Milo my friend learned she had stage 3 bone cancer. He moves around like he’s walking on glass. He is completely blind due to cataracts. Possibly he was a working dog and was discarded when he no longer benefited his owners.

I believe he would be more confident to move around if he had a Muffin’s Halo. My attempts at a DIY ( do it yourself) halo have failed.”
Amber W.

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Alexander

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“Alexander looks awesome. Thank you all who donated. God Bless You! Alex thanks you also.” 

Luciana B.

Backstory

“We don’t know much about his back story. But we know that the Min Pin Rescue found Mr. Alex in a high kill shelter in South Carolina. They took him out at the last second and brought him to New York.

My husband belongs to a lot of the rescues online and saw his sweet face. My husband and I had a min pin for 14 years and he had just passed away 6 months ago. So when we saw Alex we knew we had to save him.

We were told that he had cataracts but was able to see. When we got him (3-5-16), he can’t see at all. Maybe shadows here and there. The poor thing walks into everything, but he is one happy dog. He took over my couch and blanket and I don’t mind one bit. We also think he can’t hear very well either. But that won’t stop us from loving him and giving him the life he deserves. I just wish we could afford surgery for him but that is not an option right now. I really hope you consider Alex in getting a Halo.

My husband lost his job and my transmission went in my car. It’s been very difficult for us right now, so buying one would have to wait. But thank you so much for letting me tell you his story. He really is a sweet boy and we do love him dearly. We just wish he could see better.

Mr. Alex does sleep a lot but when he is awake boy does he love to eat and jump around waiting for his dinner. He doesn’t play with any toys but he walks around and around and around. I think he is learning the lay out of the apartment. He does this bunny rabbit stance as well. It’s the cutest thing ever! And when he wiggles his tail, his entire bum wiggles too.

Thank you and God bless you for all you do.”

Luciana B.

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Trust

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“Today TRUST (a blind appx 13 yr old Yorkie from the SEAACA shelter – Downey) was fitted for a Muffin’s Halo For Blind Dogs by the inventor herself. Thank you Silvie Bordeaux for changing the lives of these special shelter dogs.”

Shelley Rizzotti

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Blind Yorkie Trust gets his groove back within minutes of sporting his new Muffin’s Halo donated to him in Angel Bijou Bailey’s honor.

Backstory

Truth was surrendered to the SEAACA Shelter (Downey) – a blind senior dog no one wanted any longer.

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Tina Angel

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Angels, I’m so happy and I want to sing;
I’M FREE….I’m free
And freedom tastes of reality
I’m free…I’m free
AN’ I’m waintig for you to follow me …to follow me (TOMMY – I’m free – Roger Daltrey)
Thank you Angels from Second Chances For Blind Dogs Org. Thank you Chloe, Angel Muffin, Aunt Silvie
Now, Sky is the limit
Bisou bisou Xoxo
TINA ANGEL

Backstory

Hi Chloe! My name’s Tina Angel. I lived until the age of 7 in a puppy mill in deplorable conditions. In 2013 I was rescued and adopted by a loving family. Today, I am 9 years old and I’m totally blind since I was a puppy. I overcame my fear of abandonment and suffering. Now I am very happy and feel loved. I am a playful dog. I run a lot and end up bumping against the walls and the furniture. I would love to have a Muffins’s Halo. God Bless you, Chloe! Bisou Bisou

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Mochi

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“Beyond grateful for my Mochi’s Halo, thank you Muffin’s Halo” 

Jennifer H.

Backstory

Hello, my name is Jennifer and my sweet Mochi is an amazing rescue Boston Terrier. Mochi is 12 and recently lost her sight from glaucoma, she has now injured her eyes running into things and one must be removed, I am saving up for the surgery. My sister shared Muffins page and I noticed that some halos are donated. Mochi has an amazing story, she was rescued 3 months before my 34 year old husband past away suddenly, she did not hesitate to jump up and help me try to revive him. My 3 young sons, now teenagers , could not have made it through their loss without this sassy dog by their side. We call her ” Big Mama” because she rules this house. Her one true love in life is “Puka” her squeaky ball, she is injuring her protruding eyes searching for it.
Mochi is our world!

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Lady Godiva

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Lady Godiva at Monkey House Hospice and Sanctuary got her Muffin’s Halo! Thank you angels,
xo

Backstory

Lady Godiva is an SPCA abuse case and is about 16 years old. She is blind, deaf and recently had her left eye removed due to pain/glaucoma. She also has a broken jaw and kidney disease.

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Tippsey

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Tippsey says Thank you for her donated Muffin’s Halo♡

Backstory

Tippsey was adandon and left on the side of the road and I rescued her. She is blind and needs a halo to help her.”
Ray L.

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Bosi

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No more eye injuries for Bosi thanks to Muffin’s Halo and the generous donations from the Angels!

Backstory

“Bosi spent 10 years as a breeder, and then was taken in by a lady who kept her for 4 years. Her owner ended up with Cancer and could no longer care for Bosi, so we ended up taking her in so that she would not be put down simply for being old.

Bosi is blind from cataracts, and nearly deaf as well (she can hear loud percussive noises). She is understandably scared because now she is in an unfamiliar environment. She bumps into everything and has actually developed a pretty severe eye ulcer.”
Anna Lee F.

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Keller

 

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Look at Keller with his Pink Muffin’s Halo paid forward to him in honor of our sweet Angel Cookie who is now a heavenly.

Backstory

Keller, who was in a high kill shelter and saved by K-9 Angels Rescue – Houston.  Got his Muffin’s Halo yesterday. I think real men can wear pink! What do you think?

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