Innovet Pet Products Tracerz Scent Guides for Blind Pets
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- All Natural formulated oil blends allow dogs to distinguish Tracerz from all other items
- Helps blind dogs regain confidence and to assist in developing a mental map of their environment
- Smell only noticeable up close to humans, however dogs can smell them from impressive distances
- Contains proven scents dogs are best at detecting
- Last up to a year. Simply scratch to renew.
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Tracerz are scent based location markers to help blind pets navigate their surroundings. Made up of all natural ingredients, Tracerz help blind pets see the world through their sense of smell. However, Tracerz are by no means a cure to blindness. All blind dogs are still going to bump into things, especially when they get excited. The mission behind Tracerz is to minimize the frequency and severity of those collisions and make sure your pet never gets lost within the home.
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We have a small minature schnauzer who has had vision problems for some years but they have recently worsened and I doubt she can see much at all inside the house - a little better outside in the daylight but not great. she uses her nose primarily for findng her way around and is quite a gentle animal so walks carefully and so bumps into things rather gently usually without mishap.
I used the markers on the doors that are sometimes open and sometimes half open ( a problem ), on the chairs and the baby stroller that are sometimes in the way as well as on the pathways through the rooms that she uses. Marked the walls in the bedroom that she bumps into at night Also added to the top step of the 2 steps leading into the back garden (she won't go up or down steps usually and waits to be lifted)
On the first day she clearly improved on the path to back door, by the third day she was not bumping into the half open door. she also does not seem to be bumping into the walls in the bedroom and doesn't get lost going into the bathroom during the night-she used to confuse the bathroom door with the walk in closet door.
I am not saying this is perfect and it might be well suited to her personality better than more exuberant dogs, but it it is certainly showing promise to making her life easier and less confusing.
I will update this as we add to it and therefore have a clearer picture .
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