my dog buddy has these goggles for over a year an a half an he love's his goggles that keep his eye's protected an the goggles attract a lot of attention when on my ebike or driveing , walking with me on the road many people that see him want a picture of him in the past month's i have been ask so many time's if they can take a picture of my best friend i say sure go ahead he don't mine he love's to show off i'm happy to say Rex Specs have save his eye's many time's when he stick out his head out of the window an every now an then a big bug or something hit's the len for that one sec. an yes as a owner of my bud an best friend buddy i can say that they protected his eye's many time's an i'm happy to say i'm glad i got these goggles for my best buddy thank you Rex Specs my dog is a happy woof woof.
Well, my wife won't ride on the GoldWing motorcycle with me, but "Tiggy" just can't seem to get out of the back seat! Tiggy's a mini Goldendoodle and needs eye protection, but the problem with those little single eye goggles is that they capture a lot of curls, blinding her. However, the Rex Specs offer "inside the google space" so that her vision is not obstructed plus they fit and stay on – no more one-paw swipes removing her eyewear! Five tail wags for Rex Specs!
Our girl was diagnosed with pannus just after Christmas. We bought the black pair for need several months ago, but just got the pink pair for style! She is a very active dog. The glasses stay on as she plays catch or splashes in the pond. Her goggles attract a lot of attention and we have educated quite a few people about pannus.
I trained her according to the videos provided, but I’ll admit I shortened the training session down to two weeks.
I had tried a different brand of goggles before finding Rex Specs. They would not stay on and I never use them. But Rex Specs are great! Even though Rex Specs are more expensive, I love them.