Doggles

I know, I know sunglasses or goggles for your dog. Really?
I never thought we would need doggles for Betsie, until we started taking our Boston Whaler back and forth to Catalina. Betsie can’t see the entire time because it’s open air and the wind just causes her hair and ears to fly right in her eyes.
Well, I can’t wait to use these ever-so-chic doggles this summer and see how she does.
After experiencing her difficulty with so much wind in her face, I now have a clear understanding of why dog owners have been using this nifty little invention. And honestly, I’m seeing them more and more.

Another perk is the protection from the sunshine.

G.W. Little has some cute pairs. Especially these fun leopard print ones below:

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Please make sure to visit G.W. Little for more information.

Here are some pictures I took recently of some dogs sporting doggles:

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2 thoughts on “Doggles

  1. These are a total hoot. I never would have guessed they make goggles for dogs.

    Thanks for the comment you left on my blog today. A bit of advice about flying with your dog:

    My Lucy loves to travel. My biggest piece of advice would be to start taking her out in her carrier and associate it with going fun places. Build up ultimately to the amount of time she will have to be contained for the trip–time at the airport on either end, as well as the flight itself. I’ve never sedated Lucy since her first trip, as she just doesn’t need it. Your dog likely won’t either, if she can learn to enjoy being in her carrier. Hope you all have a great trip.

    Hugs,
    Kathy

  2. Thank you for visiting my blog! I love doggles! Tonto doesn’t have a pair, but I mentioned it to my husband yesterday and I think he thought I was joking when I mentioned buying a pair. Tonto loves sticking his head out the window even on the highway but he can hardly open his eyes because of the wind. I love the picture of the dog with dreadlocks. So funny! I want to be his friend.

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