Has anyone used these on their pugs

Here we have Shelby in her Doggles. Since she's always leading with her eyeballs, we felt it was important to protect her. This way, she can stick her head out the car window, ride in the motorcycle, and tear around the beach without stuff getting in her eyes. If you check out Pug Rescue sites, a lot of pugs have eye trouble. Sometimes due to genetics, other times they have a minor scratch on their eye, but exacerabate it by scratching at it. As a result some pugs have had to have their eye removed. I figure Doggles are a small investment to try and prevent Shelby from scratching at her eye if it bothers her. Doggles are frequently shown on dogs with a snout. Shelby can push the doggles down, right off her face. For flat faced dogs, I think a strap on top of her head might need to be added. Also, we are still trying to find the right tension on the straps so that she can breathe properly.

dig those goggles! ---- See! I'm not the only one with Doggles for my pugs!!! :)

Here we have Shelby in her Doggles. Since she's always leading with her eyeballs, we felt it was important to protect her. This way, she can stick her head out the car window, ride in the motorcycle, and tear around the beach without stuff getting in her eyes. If you check out Pug Rescue sites, a lot of pugs have eye trouble. Sometimes due to genetics, other times they have a minor scratch on their eye, but exacerabate it by scratching at it. As a result some pugs have had to have their eye removed. I figure Doggles are a small investment to try and prevent Shelby from scratching at her eye if it bothers her. Doggles are frequently shown on dogs with a snout. Shelby can push the doggles down, right off her face. For flat faced dogs, I think a strap on top of her head might need to be added. Also, we are still trying to find the right tension on the straps so that she can breathe properly.

If so-which size fits best for you

Aug 17, 2013 - I am too cool for doggles #pugs #pugsofinstagram #pug #pugstagram Here we have Shelby in her Doggles. Since she's always leading with her eyeballs, we felt it was important to protect her. This way, she can stick her head out the car window, ride in the motorcycle, and tear around the beach without stuff getting in her eyes. If you check out Pug Rescue sites, a lot of pugs have eye trouble. Sometimes due to genetics, other times they have a minor scratch on their eye, but exacerabate it by scratching at it. As a result some pugs have had to have their eye removed. I figure Doggles are a small investment to try and prevent Shelby from scratching at her eye if it bothers her. Doggles are frequently shown on dogs with a snout. Shelby can push the doggles down, right off her face. For flat faced dogs, I think a strap on top of her head might need to be added. Also, we are still trying to find the right tension on the straps so that she can breathe properly.

Have been giving them tons of treats to get them used to wearing them

You may be wondering if your dog will keep his sunglasses on, but the truth is they are so comfortable that most dogs forget they’re even wearing them. The frames are extremely flexible and fully padded with foam, so they conform to the unique shape of a canine’s head, face and eye socket. The lens cups are extra deep and keep the lenses well away from the surface of the eyes, which is especially helpful for small breeds like pugs, Chihuahuas and Pomeranians. The nose bridge is extra wide, which bully breeds really appreciate. The head and chin straps are completely adjustable, and Doggles come in 3 sizes: Small, Medium and Large, so the perfect fit is always obtainable. Check out the Doggles , , and the to find the most comfortable style for your pup.

Doggles - ILS Gunmetal Gray Frame with Smoke Lens.