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Why Rex Specs

Whether your dog is your working K9 partner, riding the wild roads in your motorcycle sidecar, hiking a mountain, or on a hunting excursion - Rex Specs K9 are the perfect goggles for your best friend.


The majority of dogs will be diagnosed with some sort of eye ailment by the time they are 8 years old. Many of these can be prevented or treated with some form of protection from harmful elements, such as the sun, debris, grasses and brush.


Rex Specs K9 design is optimized for the working dog. They are used by personal protection dog trainers,  United States Defense departments, hunters and in many other working K9 applications. Rex Specs have received the mark approval from several K9 professionals for their effectiveness in many different situations. 

  • The large spherical lens design allows for a full range of view, eliminating the potential for any distractions or obstruction during wear.  
  • The soft foam edge fits snugly on the face of the dog, protecting them from dust and debris.
  • The low profile fully adjustable strap allows a custom fit on each dog, and easily integrates with other products and harnesses.
  • These goggles fit securely throughout all activities while still allowing maximum freedom and full jaw motion.

Rex Specs K9 – protection for those who protect us.


Chronic Superficial Keratitis (Pannus) is a common canine eye condition. Though most common in German Shepherds, this condition affects a variety of breeds. Pannus is prevalent throughout the Rocky Mountain West, where UV rays are strong and damaging. Pannus is a corneal inflammation that is worsened by exposure to the sun and eventually leads to scarring and possibly blindness. Rex Specs K9 are designed to assist in the treatment of Pannus by blocking harmful UV rays.

For more information on Chronic Superficial Keratitis (Pannus) visit the following links:

Puncture & Trauma can be prevented with regular use of Rex Specs dog goggles. Hunting and field trial dogs often suffer from punctures and corneal lacerations from grasses and sticks. Training your dog to wear Rex Specs during these activities can prevent these incidents and make sure that your dog stays in the game with you as long as possible.


Measure the circumference of your dog's muzzle
where you expect the goggle to land on their nose - usually 
around the back of their mouth.

Measure the head circumference where you expect the 
goggle to land on the forehead - typically an inch or so 
behind the eyes.



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