Moose the Great Dane uses his paw to block the sun so he can get a much needed nap.
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Does the sun bother dogs’ eyes?
Dogs have evolved to be able to see in low light conditions, but that doesn’t mean they don’t need to protect their eyes from the sun. Just like humans, dogs can suffer from sunburned eyes, and the bright light can also cause temporary blindness. Dogs with blue or light-colored eyes are especially susceptible to these problems. To protect your dog’s eyes from the sun, try using doggy sunglasses or a visor. You can also apply dog-safe sunscreen to your pet’s nose and around their eyes. And of course, always make sure your dog has access to plenty of shade and water when they’re spending time outside.
Glasses aren’t just for humans; dogs can wear them too! While our furry friends don’t need sunglasses to protect their eyes from the sun, they can still benefit from wearing them. Dogs with light-colored eyes are especially susceptible to damage from UV rays, and sunglasses can help to block out these harmful rays. In addition, dogs who spend a lot of time outdoors may also benefit from wearing glasses to protect their eyes from debris, wind, and other environmental hazards. So, if you’re looking for a way to keep your dog’s eyes safe and stylish, consider investing in a pair of sunglasses!