Keep your pup's eyes protected when out in the world of adventure with the Rex Specs Dog Goggles in Yellow!
- Rex Specs dog goggles come with 2 lenses
- All lenses are interchangeable, spherical
- Rated UV400 to provide protection from UVA/UVB rays
- Dynamic strap system enables full jaw movement
Why We Love It:
Rex Specs are protective eye-wear for the active dog. They are stable and secure while still allowing for full jaw motion and field of view. Rex Specs protect your dog's eyes from debris, environmental hazards, and sun. All lenses are UVA/UVB protective and assist in the treatment of canine eye conditions such as pannus (Chronic Superficial Keratitis). Rex Specs have been designed and tested for the working dog to ensure they meet the needs of any dog and any adventure. Check out other colored replacement lenses sold separately.
X-Small: Less than 10.5“ Head circumference, Less than 6“ Muzzle circumference. Common Breeds: Dachshunds, Chihuahua, Small Terriers, Pomeranian, dogs between 4-15 pounds.
Small: 10.5-12“ Head circumference, 6-8“ Muzzle Circumference. Common Breeds: Mini Australian Shepherds, Mini Pinschers, Mutts, Terriers, Italian Greyhounds, Whippet, Mini Schnauzers. Common Weight: Between 10-25 pounds.
Medium: 12-14“ Head circumference, 8-9“ Muzzle Muzzle Circumference. Common Breeds: Australian Shepherds, Mini Australian shepherds, Setters, Brittany Spaniels, Spaniel mixes, Heelers, Greyhound, Whippet, Springer spaniels. Common Weight: Between 20-40 pounds.
X-Large: Greater than 18“ Head circumference, Greater than 12“ Muzzle Muzzle Circumference. Common Breeds: Great Dane, Dogo Argentino, Bernese Mountain Dog, GSD (large), Labs(large), Cane Corso, Great Pyrenees, Rottweiler,
Malamute, Bull Terriers, Dobermans. Common Weight: over 80 lbs.
Strap extender sold separately if your dog's head is greater than 20 inches around. Measure underneath their chin from the soft part of their lower jaw and then around their head below their ears to the other side.
Rex Specs will be new to your dog, so use patience and persistence to help your pet adjust to them.
Start by using the frame without any lenses and keep your dog busy and distracted with something fun. Keep the sessions short and don't allow your pet to try and remove them.
Once they've adjusted to wearing the frames, add the clear lens. Repeat the fun activities while wearing them to help your dog learn its good to keep them on. Finally, introduce the shade lenses in bright conditions.