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Dog owners know that their furry friends love to explore and have fun in the sun, but did you know that prolonged sun exposure can be harmful to your pet's eyes? Just like humans, dogs need protection from the sun's harmful UV rays. That's where Clear Dog Goggles come in - these flexible, dustproof, and anti-UV goggles are designed to keep your dog's eyes safe and comfortable during outdoor activities.
These Clear Dog Goggles are suitable for most types of dogs, thanks to their flexible frame that can be bent to fit your pet's face shape. The goggles also feature two elastic adjustable bands - one that goes to the back of the head and another that goes under the jaw - to ensure a snug and secure fit.
To keep your dog cool and comfortable, the goggles feature vents at the bottom of the frame that allow for increased airflow. This is particularly important during hot summer days or when engaging in high-energy activities.
These Clear Dog Goggles provide comprehensive eye protection for your furry friend. The goggles are windproof and dustproof, keeping debris and particles out of your dog's eyes. Additionally, the goggles feature an anti-UV coating that blocks harmful UV rays, helping to prevent eye damage.
The lens of these Clear Dog Goggles is made of polycarbonate, which is a strong and durable material that can withstand impact. The frame is made of PVC, a lightweight and flexible material that can withstand wear and tear. The bands are made of nylon, a strong and durable material that provides a secure fit.
If you and your dog enjoy swimming in the pool or lake, you'll be happy to know that these Clear Dog Goggles are water-resistant. However, it's important to note that some water may get into the goggles through the vents. Fortunately, the water will drain quickly, ensuring your dog's vision is not impaired.
Frame (length x width) : 8.4 - 2.3 inches
Adjustable Range (head) : 11 - 18.9 inches
Adjustable Range (lower jaw) : 6.7 - 9.8 inches
Just received these today. My Boston has a terrible eye injury and is losing his sight. To avoid having to wear a cone all of the time, I bought these so it can actually protect his eyes if he walks into things. He was okay with me putting them on however, I find there is lots of space around the goggles to his face and they fog up quickly. Has anyone else experienced this and how do I fix it?