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OutFox Field Guard

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Approved by Vets

The OutFox Field Guard is recommended by vets to protect against foxtails and as solution for scavenging dogs.

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Provide Protection

Helps to protect dogs’ eyes, ears, nose and mouth from barbed grass seed penetration**. Also used to prevent scavenging and keep pesky insects away from your dog’s face.

Comfortable & Functional

The lightweight mesh catches foxtails while providing a breathable material that does not obstruct vision and offers protection against harmful UV rays.

“Thank You. Thank You. Thank You. After seven times to the vet, we finally have a product that works.

Questions

Will the OutFox® Field Guard irritate my dog’s face and head?

Every part of the Field Guard was designed with the dog’s comfort and safety in mind. All seam edges are intentionally on the outside of the Field Guard so they will not scratch or irritate the dog in any way. The Field Guard is designed so that it rests lightly on top of the dog’s head and leaves ample air space all around it. Dogs typically become so comfortable wearing the Field Guard they forget they have it on, even when drinking from a bowl of water.

Can my dog drink while wearing the Field Guard?

Yes! The dog will naturally put his mouth down into a bowl of water and the water quickly seeps through the mesh.

Does the OutFox® Field Guard come in other colors?

No. It was designed in black because it is the easiest color for dogs to see through.

Can my dog pant and stay cool while wearing the Field Guard?

Yes! The Field Guard is large enough to allow dogs to pant, bark and do everything else they normally do. Since it’s constructed of fine mesh & designed with plenty of space around the head, air can easily circulate. Another design benefit is that the black mesh acts as a sun shade. However; one should always be aware of the possibility of overheating and take precautions to prevent this (with or without the Field Guard). See the Safety Information page for more details.

Dog Face

Here you can find all info about Dog Face from Archive Seed Bank. If you are searching for information about Dog Face from Archive Seed Bank, check out our Basic Infos or Lineage / Genealogy for this cannabis variety here at this page and follow the links to get even more information. If you have any personal experiences with growing or consuming this cannabis variety, please use the upload links to add them to the database!

Basic / Breeders Info

Dog Face is an indica/sativa variety from Archive Seed Bank and can be cultivated indoors (where the plants will need a flowering time of ±70 days ) and outdoors . Archive Seed Banks Dog Face is a THC dominant variety and is/was never available as feminized seeds.

Archive Seed Banks Dog Face Description

Portland Oregon’s local favorite! The Dog Walker is a Albert Walker OG x Chem 91 hybrid, although her smell, flavor and potency are all from the Chem. This glistening trichomes with that classic rank CHEM 91 halitosis funk that transfers to a wonderfully dank skunky flavor when smoked. A tendency towards leafier foliage, trimming out the bottoms and thinning the canopy can have beneficial effects. The mind bending potency of both the Face Off and Dog Walker is a match made in heaven, if your idea of heaven is sublime couchlock.

Genetics: DawgWalker x Face Off OG BX1
Sex: Regular
Height: Medium
Flowering Time: 67 – 72 days

How to Remove Burs and Foxtails from Your Dog’s Fur Coat

This article was co-authored by Marie Lin. Marie Lin is a Licensed Pet Groomer and the Owner of Marie’s Pet Grooming, a grooming salon based in New York City. Marie has over 10 years of pet grooming experience specializing in dogs and cats. She earned her pet grooming certification from the American Academy of Pet Grooming New York in 2009 and is also a member of the National Dog Groomers Association of America. She earned a Master of Business Administration (MBA) from Hawaii Pacific University in 2007.

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After a walk in the woods with your dog, you might find its fur covered in sticky, barbed seeds or foxtails. These types of barbed seeds can lead to matting, and if left in its fur, they can even burrow into your dog’s skin. Try to remove as many as you can with your fingers and then comb out what you can. You can also use oil to help pull the burs out. Check close to your dog’s skin to make sure the seeds aren’t getting embedded and see your vet if problems persist. We’ll walk you through the best methods to remove sticky seeds and foxtails from your dog’s fur and skin.