April 11th is a day to recognize your beloved furry friends—it’s National Pet Day! As an eyewear company, what better way to celebrate this special day than to put our pets in glasses?
Kristie’s Black Lab and German Shepard mix, Midnight, is rocking our Lunettos Jesse eyeglasses. Even though he just recently turned eight years old, he is still a puppy at heart. Give him treats and he’ll do tons of tricks!
This isn’t your average dog wearing glasses. Tusken aka “Tusky” is as big in size as he is in love according to his owner Crystal. Our Lunettos Dylan glasses have never looked so small! At 70 pounds, she refers to the Sulcata tortoise as their “shell dog.” His big appetite and shell offer lawn care and foot rest services.
On the other hand, thanks to Precious, our Lunettos Skyler eyeglasses have never looked so large! Her favorite things are being around people, soaking up the sun, and devouring tasty treats.
Brutus, Deborah’s dog, is sporting our CAT Tread Safety Glasses. At 130 pounds, they consider him their gentle giant. He’ll be staying protected on his walks with these anti-scratch and shatter proof lenses.
My puppy, Teays, is looking as sassy as ever in his Lunettos Glenda eyeglasses. At just two years old, he is always hyper and wanting to play (as you can see by all of the toys behind him). If you don’t want to play, he’ll give you this glare until you cave.
Our other sassy diva is Mara’s Sphynx cat, Gloom. She loves snuggling, snacking, and showing off her Westend Sedona sunglasses. If this drama queen doesn’t get attention, you’ll hear her howling around the house until she does.
Rowan, Melanie’s dog, is ready to explore a new trail in his Lunettos Sara sunglasses. He loves going for long walks (preferably six miles or more)! When he’s not off hiking, he’s playing with his six other feline family members.
Our pets are our favorite influencers. Just like our customers, a lot of them are clearly fans of our Lunettos brand. Post a picture of your pet in glasses for National Pet Day and tag us @DiscountGlasses!
A graduate of the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism at Ohio University, Amanda works hard at balancing her passion for writing and marketing. She is a Pittsburgh native that just recently moved to Columbus and enjoys doing just about anything outdoors from going on hikes to taking her dog for walks around the city.
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