Doggles ILS Dog Goggles
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: Dog Goggles
Doggles ILS (Interchangeable Lens System) are the first and only protective eyewear designed just for dogs! For true eye protection or fashion, your pet deserves the very best. Doggles offer 100% UV protection, shatter-proof lenses, and anti-fog treatment on the inside of the lenses. Lenses on the ILS style are interchangeable and replaceable. This style is suited to all dog head shapes and sizes. Whether your best friend accompanies you on a motorcycle ride, hangs their head out of the truck or car, loves to sunbathe, or is sensitive to light, Doggles will be sure to keep their precious eyes safe. Doggles also provide protection from wind and debris.
How to Properly Size your Dog for the Pawfect Fit!
What you'll need:
- Tape Measure or Measuring Device
- Loving Puppy Dog
Step 1: Take your Tape Measure or Measuring Tape and you will start measuring your dog from the outside corner of one eye, across the face and the bridge of the nose, to the other outside corner of the other eye. This measurement will determine your "Frame Size." If you do not have a tape measure, you can use a string or a phone charger and compare it to a ruler later on.
Step 2: With your new measurement, compare your dog's size to the "Frame Size" on the Doggles size chart.
Step 3: Find the Doggles that will best fit your Dog. Ideally, you would want your measurement to be less than the frame size
Sizing Example: If you were measuring for Doggles ILS and you measure the distance as 3 inches, your dog would qualify for an XS size. However, if that measurement is 4 inches, you would then move up to a size Small as the 3.5 inch frame on the XS ILS are now not big enough.
|Size||Weight of Dog||Head Strap||Chin Strap||Frame Size||Breed Example|
|SM||9-25lbs||12-20in||4-8in||4.75in||Beagle - Jack Russell|
|M||20-60lbs||15-25in||5-11in||5.5in||Dalmation - Aussie|
|LG||50-100lbs||18-30in||7-16in||6.38in||Boxer - Lab|
|XL||100+ lbs||22-45in||10-24in||7.25in||Mastiff - St. Bernard|
Most dogs will readily accept Doggles after a short adjustment period. Training your dog to wear the goggles can be accomplished in a small amount of time if you follow these easy steps:
1) Don't put the goggles on your dog while indoors. Imagine yourself wearing dark tinted glasses inside. You cannot see, and neither can your dog.
2) When you first put the goggles on them, don't let your dog paw at the glasses or roll to get them off. Reassure your dog that its okay. Then, immediately take them to bright sunlight and let them realize that they can see with them on. Walking around will get their mind off the goggles.
3) Try to go through this routine as often as possible. The number of training sessions required depends on your dog.
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