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Rex Specs? #7940737 08/18/20 03:52 PM
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Doing some research on Rex Specs for my GSP to avoid eye injuries while hunting through brush/thickets...has anyone used them or what do you do for your dogs during a hunt to avoid eye injuries?

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I’m going to order some pink ones. roflmao

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Originally Posted by scalebuster
I’m going to order some pink ones. roflmao

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Jamie bought Coco some pink Doggles, they are worthless, as soon as she shakes her head they are gone. roflmao


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Haven't had it in years but never spit any out.


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Re: Rex Specs? [Re: Noojen] #7940819 08/18/20 05:05 PM
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Originally Posted by Noojen
Doing some research on Rex Specs for my GSP to avoid eye injuries while hunting through brush/thickets...has anyone used them or what do you do for your dogs during a hunt to avoid eye injuries?


A little early for April fools jokes.

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Re: Rex Specs? [Re: Noojen] #7941146 08/18/20 10:00 PM
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I want some of those for myself! Can you get them anywhere or just "as seen on TV"?

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I've used doggles for a dog in an airboat-- much cheaper. I doubt you can get a dog to wear them hunting. Keeping on the ear protection was more problematic. She wore muffs upside down. The dog loved the airboat and wouldn't mess with the goggles.

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Re: Rex Specs? [Re: Noojen] #7942016 08/19/20 02:56 PM
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We have a set for each of our 2 labs. We purchased clear ones for Sandhill Crane hunts we're hoping to schedule. Our labs wore them at home and in training for a week. They didn't have any problems adjusting.

We ran triple marks and blinds in training.

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I know several dog owners that use them. Hunting cranes or running through stubble I would consider it a must. All seem to like the product and its function.

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