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
The lens frost in few minutes. Perfect to test how your dog will react if he wased blind
My do has iris atrophy and these are great for the NM and FL sun and snow. I wish I knew about these earlier in her life. I recommend these to everyone that has a dog.
The tutorials are valuable and the lenses are not difficult to place into the goggles. We started her wearing the goggles without the lenses to first become comfortable with the fit. We gradually increased the time worn each day & was quickly able to add the lenses . First day in the field running through tall grasses for 2 hours was a success! Very happy with these goggles!
Our dog loves to stick her head out the window and got a scratched cornea, which has since healed, after being nicked by something. These goggles let her stick her head out the window safely.
She's a 45lb Samoyed and the medium size fits perfectly. The training videos do a great job of going through the steps and it wasn't too much effort to get her to wear them.
Changing the lenses out can be a bit tricky, but it seems like everything is well made and fits well.
We have a double merle Australian Sheppard/Australian Cattle dog mix who has a severe visual impairment that causes him to get hemorrhages in his eyes which cause immediate medical attention. This occurs when he runs into objects. The goggles help absorb the impact and keep his eyes safe!!!