I don’t know about you, but in the summer months, if I leave the house without my sunglasses I usually get a headache. That’s why when I found this site I knew it was perfect for my dog Jessie.
Doggles are the first ever, and so far only, sunglasses just for dogs. The sunglasses fit dogs from 3 pounds to 200 pounds and have and adjustable head and chin straps keep the sunglasses in place.
Worried that the Doggles will be ugly or not have the color you need? No need to worry, they come in 11 different colors with 8 different lenses color options or ultimate options and of course, optimal cuteness.
There are 2 different styles of the sunglasses, both with 100% UV protection, which in the long term can save your best friend eye damage or disease. There is also a mesh option with is half the price, but also half the protection. They are also shatterproof and anti fog!
No need to break the bank either, the Doggles are Cost between $10 and $20 dollars, about the same price as sunglasses you’d find for yourself at a store. Doggles have a 30 days to return policy, but from the sounds of it, there would be no reason to return them!
Check them out at Doggles.com
We just came back from a great summer camping trip with our dog. The location was beautiful, the weather perfect and the time with friends and family was awesome. Did we have a little excitement? Absolutely. On the first night, we were sitting around the campfire talking with friends when our Rhodesian Ridgeback Jessie, decided to chase a forest inhabitant. Unfortunately for Jessie, and all of us around her, Jessie’s subject was a skunk. Before we could even get out of our camping chairs Jessie got sprayed in the eyes and mouth. She came running back foaming, sneezing and rubbing her eyes.
Poor thing. The taste must have been horrible, the smell sure was atrocious. I immediately proceeded to remove the excess and washed her with some shampoo. Of course that did nothing… To the rescue came my friend with her can of tomato juice. Apparently that is the best home remedy for skunk odor.
I doused Jessie with tomato juice and cleaned her eyes with saline solution and we waited patiently for the juice to dry. That did take a little while since Jessie’s fur is so thick but to my amazement when it did dry, most of the stench was gone. In the morning she was as good as new.
That next evening by the campfire Jessie stayed by us. I am not sure what kind of lesson she learned, but I sure did learn one. When camping in the woods, pack tomato juice!
Because of this extra camping excitement I decided to do a little research and came up with a good camping list of essentials to take when camping with dogs. You can download the iPetScene Camping Checklist FREE here.
Ok, I love this, I really do. Louie, my Chihuahua has a weird protruding cartilage inside one of his ears and because of that it is easy for ear gunk to accumulate.
The little guy gets miserable if I don’t clean his ears often, and this product is the absolute best! Ear Clens® Pads are pre-moistened wipes and contains effective anti-bacterial and anti-fungal ingredients to keep ears clean and healthy.
I wrap it around my finger and gently wipe dirt, debris and wax from my dog’s tiny ears, he loves it, and I love that this task is a lot easier with Ear Clens Pads. Bottom line is: Gunk is gone and I am not too grossed out.
The Ear Clens@ Pads are great for dogs and cats ears, and even Mia Tortilla my mean kitty lets me wipe the inside of her ears with this product.
Ear Clens Pads 90 ct 90ct cost only $6.99 (did I say I love this?)