I'm going to quote that, because it deserves repeating: "Humans wear sunglasses to reduce ultraviolet exposure -- which can lead to age-related cataracts -- to our eyes. Dogs, on the other hand, have a shorter life span and therefore don't develop UV light damage in their eyes." In other words, "Nope, because they die so quick!" Don't put dog sunglasses on your adorable dog, because it will be dead soon anyway. There are places that sell them. They even sell them in pink! You could put these cute pink sunglasses on your sweet little dog, but you don't have to, because it won't make any difference when it's super dead. Google is mean.
Can I Give My Dog A Middle Name?
A little background on this one: I adopted my first cat when I was 18, living on my own for the first time. She immediately got super sick and was puking up worms, which looks really terrifying, and I apologize for what I just did to your appetite. Don't Google "cat worms."
I took her to the vet, all flustered, and the vet asked for her name. I said "Sophie." She said "Last name?" I was confused because she's a cat, and as far as I knew, cats did not have last names. The vet was sitting there staring at me, and I thought the cat was going to die in my arms, so I said "McMophie." She said, "Your last name is McMophie?" I said, "No ... just the cat's." Then I realized she wanted my last name.
I decided to name my dog Gravy because she is small, brown, and super fat. I thought a good middle name would be Boat, but I wasn't going to have another Sophie McMophie fiasco at the vet. Since there are apparently hard and fast rules about pet naming, like your pet's last name is your last name, I Googled the appropriateness of giving my dog a middle name.