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12-18-2013 09:45 PM
Mary Beth yes they can according to this article (the reference to dogs is way down at the bottom of the page) from the Baltic Eye Untitled Page And there are recommendations for doggles here Dogs and Snow Blindness :: SuperTopo Rock Climbing Discussion Topic
12-18-2013 07:13 PM
Can dogs get snow blindness?

I took Ollie hiking the other day on a bluebird day. The sun was shining off the snow. I had on sunglasses and started to think with all the reflecting sunlight off the snow that I might get a tan (or sunburn). Then I started to wonder since it was going to be a few hour hike, if I should worry about Ollie's eye and snow blindness. Kind of silly maybe, but does anyone one know if dog's eye work the same way and I should invest in doggle for a long hike on a sunny day in the snow?

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