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Doggles/eyepatches

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Doggles/eyepatches

Post  Almandine on 8/31/2010, 8:39 am

Has anyone tried Doggles? Or an eyepatch?

I'm thinking of trying them for George to protect his blind eye and I'd be glad to hear any feedback

Thanks
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Post  Snifter&Toddy on 8/31/2010, 9:32 am

No but my thought on doggles would be that it might be annoying for him to have to look through something with his good eye. If you can find a suitable eyepatch I would have thought that would be better.
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Post  Aussie Witch on 8/31/2010, 1:57 pm

Bella has a good point - can you get some Doggles and modify them - take off the other side? Or get a human eye-patch and add some extra elastic to keep it in place? The big question is though, if you did this, would George E. try to get it off? Hope you can come up with a solution!
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Post  MandyPug on 8/31/2010, 3:36 pm

Izzie had doggles.

They're just not made to fit on pug faces well. The space with the nose piece pushes on her nostrils because it's meant to rest on the bridge of the dog's nose. Very uncomfortable for her.
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Post  Almandine on 9/1/2010, 1:21 pm

Thanks for the input. I wondered if that might be the case Mandy.

I think I might see what I can put together in the way of a patch
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Post  MandyPug on 9/2/2010, 12:04 pm

What about something like this?



http://doggles.com/mesh_eyewear.html
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