Rex Specs dog goggles are protective eyewear for the active dog. They are stable and secure while still allowing for full jaw motion and field of view. Rex Specs protect your dogs eyes from debris, environmental hazards, and sun.
- Rex Specs dog goggles come with 2 lenses - 1 Clear and a second lens of your choice. More information on our lenses - HERE
- All lenses are rated UV400 - blocking 99.9% of UVA and UVB rays
- Strap system is fully adjustable to accommodate a range of shapes and sizes
Medium Goggle Sizing
- Muzzle Circumference: Between 8-9 inches (20-22 cm). Measure your dog’s muzzle where the goggle lands on the nose.
- Head Circumference: Between 12-14 inches (30-35 cm). Measure the head circumference where the goggle rests on the forehead
- Common Breeds: Australian Shepherds, Mini Australian shepherds, Setters, Brittany Spaniels, Spaniel mixes, Heelers, Greyhound, Whippet, Springer spaniels
Reviews REX SPECS
Sanders seems comfortable with the goggles and they keep the wind out of his eyes on the motorcycle
Our dog had several eye injuries and after the last of these our vet suggested these goggles. I was doubtful but decided to give them a try. At first, our dog would not tolerate them. My trick to change her mind was to put them on just before a pheasant hunt and that worked. she wore them during the last 6 hunts of the season! BTW, our dog is a field bred English Cocker Spaniel who burns through cover.
We have a deaf Aussie with compromised eye sight who loves to romp in the waters of South Florida where we live. His rex specs have been a saving grace, as the sun is not always kind to his eyes. Thank you for making this amazing product! Life changing for any sight impaired dog. Taylor
As a disc dog obsessed owner of Border Collies that spend a lot of time tracking discs with the sun in the background, I will swear by what their Rex Specs prevent. The sun is bad, but an added bonus is protection from crazy Border Collies charging thru the woods, bushes, fields and other places with eye hazards all around. They do scratch easily, but a scratch on the ol’ Rex Specs means they’re scratched instead of the dog. The disc dog competition community as a whole is still regretfully not a believer in protecting a dog from unnaturally staring into the sun. They mostly only allow them to be used in competition after eye damage or problem is already an issue. Maybe one day they won’t think of cool looking eye protection as a prop.