Since these were labelled as being designed for short-faced dogs, I thought I would try them out. My Boston terrier has a longer than average snout for the breed, but unfortunately these still don't work. There is not enough distance between his eyes and the lens, so sometimes his eyeballs literally press against the glass. (It would help if the goggles had greater depth or the glass was domed). The straps do adjust in a lot of ways, but it boils down to two options: have them a little loose, and they can slip against his eyes as he runs, or tighten them enough that they don't slip, but they are permanently against his eyeballs. Neither is acceptable. Also, as other reviewers have mentioned, when the goggles are cinched tightly, it prevents the dog from opening his mouth wide, which seems like a major design flaw. It does make fetch more difficult.
I should have returned them, but it was a slow process getting him used to having the goggles on his face, and I thought that I would be able to resolve the issue with strap adjustments once he was comfortable with having them on for more than a few seconds. (The photo is from the early stages of training, and I did manage some improvement on that fit). I'd say the goggles are worth trying, but if they seem too close to the eye when you hold them up to your pup's face, just send them back straight away.
Perfect fit for my Boston terrier.
Although the fit is very good for my Boston Terrier, the clear lens got scratched up within days of first use. A 5-pack of clear lenses discounted for repeat buyers is what’s needed here. Let me know.
These work great, stay on and fit Kia's face. She is a little Boston Terrier with extra wide set googly eyes. I got the extra wide small size for her. She doesn't try to get them off and they stay secure. We ride a Spyder. She rides in a pet case strapped to the passenger seat behind me. Now I don't worry about her eyes. Great product!
Conceptually would be great but we have a frenchie and in order for her to breathe she needs to be able to open her mouth. With the way the product designed it constrains her lower jaw from opening and she cannot properly breathe.