Does yours ride with his head out the car
window, in your pickup
truck, on your motorcycle? Does he like to hang out on the beach with
the chicks? Or maybe he's just into looking like a fashionable dude.
On the serious side, many beloved pets have treatable eye conditions
such as light sensitivity, or an eye
disorder called Pannus. Some also
develop canine cataract
Vets and doctors agree that your pet's
eyes need protecting from the sun
just as much as ours.
If any of the above apply, then sunglasses and goggles are an
excellent choice for your little puppies. Often thought of as just
fashion accessories that were soooo
adorable on your pooch, they've been applied to other very practical
uses, e.g., as a
way of helping mountain rescue breeds that risk going blind from
the glare of the sun on the snow, or from blizzards.
So if your hound has
had it a little ruff lately, treat him to a little canine couture.
He'll be the coolest dude in the neighborhood.
The most popular brand of
eyewear today are made by Doggles. They are high quality
sunglasses made specifically for man's best friend. They're
available in a variety of sizes and styles, and also available with
prescription lenses for vision correction after cataract surgery.
Sporting a rugged
polycarbonate (shatterproof) anti-fog lenses with 100% UV protection,
they're a must-have for optimal pet health. Don't worry about whether
your pedigree will wear them, most tail-waggers will readily accept
them after a short adjustment period.
Still not convinced? Read what leading vets have to say:
Zigler, DVM, Vet Ophthalmologist:
"Reduction of exposure to
ultraviolet radiation, … trying a specialty pair of canine
sunglass goggles called Doggles may prove very
Eye Care Center, East San Francisco Bay's
Veterinary Ophthalmology Center:
… protect the eyes from trauma, reduce glare, or relieve
Check 'em out and treat your
puppy. Everyone will love them, including your pet.
And Fido never looked so good.....