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Doggles

Updated on June 13, 2013

If there’s one thing about dogs, it’s that they are always up to something. It’s why we love our dogs, because of their enthusiasm and lust for life. They are always chasing something through the brush when we take them for a walk, always hanging their heads out of the window in the car to see the world and feel the wind on their faces. Dogs love to go with us to the beach, to the lake, to go hiking and boating and rides in the car or even on your motorcycle. Dogs are our companions and they are up for just about anything.

But being out in the world, chasing and running and swimming, can take its toll on a dog’s eyes. They can get dust in their eyes from hanging their heads out of the car window, and the wind can irritate the sensitive eyes as well. Dogs’ eyes can get scratched and poked as they run through bushes and the forest after other animals. And when our dogs come with us to the beach or on a boating trip, their eyes can be exposed to the sun’s ultraviolet radiation. As we all know, this UV light is bad for our eyes and it can be just as bad for our pet’s eyes as well. Thankfully, there is a product that can protect our dog’s sensitive eyes, and it’s called Doggles. What are Doggles? Well, they are goggles for your dog. And they are perfect for dog eye protection.

Whether your dog has eye health issues, or you just want him to look like an aviator, Doggles are for you!
Whether your dog has eye health issues, or you just want him to look like an aviator, Doggles are for you!

What Are Doggles?

As was said above, Doggles are goggles for your dog. They protect your dog’s eyes from all of the harmful things that can affect them out in the world. Doggles eyewear is worn by many working dogs, those trained for search and rescue operations as well as hunting dogs. And they are perfect for your busy dog as well. They have many features that make them the best dog eyewear to be found.

First of all, unlike many sunglasses for dogs, Doggles are not just a fashion statement. They do look great, and your pet will look as cool in these shades as he or she could, but Doggles do more than let your dog play dress up. These goggles fit snuggly to your dog’s head so that no harmful UV rays can leak through. The lenses of Goggles are specially designed to block 100 percent of UV rays, and the foam padding of this dog eyewear makes light leakages impossible.

Doggles come in several sizes for small, medium, and large dogs. This means that you can get the perfect fit for your dog’s head. The foam cushioned frame will keep out wind and dirt if your dog likes to stick his or her head out of the window as you drive. This foam will also keep your dog comfortable as it protects its eyes as well. The Doggles are fashioned from completely shatterproof polycarbonate, so they stand up to whatever use your dog will put them too. The lenses are also designed to never fog up in the heat, the cold, or the rain and snow, keeping your dog’s sight as clear as it can be. This will not only make your pet happy, it will keep him or her safe as well. Whether your dog loves the beach, the ski slopes, or the forest, and whether he is a hunting dog or just your family’s favorite friend, Doggles will make sure his or her eyes are safe and protected.

Where to Buy Doggles

If you are on the lookout for a new pair of Doggles for your dog, you might want to check out Petco. This pet retailer carries all four sizes of Doggles eyewear, including extra-small, small, medium, and large. Because it is important that the goggles fit securely to your dog’s head, you will want to get the best size of Doggles for your pet. Doggles feature adjustable elastic bands and a wide and comfortable nose bridge so that they fit well to any dog’s face. The deep eye cups ensure that your dog stays comfortable while wearing Doggles and able to see clearly and without interference.

Of course, if you really want to know all about Doggles and the benefits your dog will receive by wearing them, then you ought to go by the website of the makers of Doggles themselves at Doggles.com. Here you can learn about the company that manufactures this innovative eyewear for dogs and then purchase a brand new pair for your pet. The website carries all of the sizes as well as all of the colors available in Doggles, so that your dog can look great and have healthy eyes as well.

What it comes down to is making sure that your dog’s sensitive eyes are kept protected no matter what he or she is up to. Dog’s love life, and they love sharing their lives with you. Keep your pet safe and happy with a pair of Doggles.



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