Like many seniors, the two-and-a-half pound Pomeranian’s eyesight is failing her, resulting in collisions with door frames and walls.
But Sienna is lucky, because her owner, Chad Lalande, has a brand-new 3D printer — and a knack for designing assistive devices for pets.
The Blind Dog Halo
There are devices called “blind dog halos,” designed to help dogs with vision problems like Sienna get around.
As the name implies, these devices look like a halo that goes around a dog’s head, and they act like a bumper — before the animal runs into something, the halo will hit it first.
However, blind dog halos can be pricey, and Lalande wasn’t sure he’d be able to find one to fit the diminutive Sienna, so he decided to see if…