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Elaine P.
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Rating: 5

The only dog boots that work!

posted 5 years ago

I've never found a dog boot that stays on, until now. We used these boots all winter and haven't lost a single one. I learned to pull the boot all the way on so his toes were at the tip of the boot. Then I pull the velcro strap fairly snug and press the velcro once it's attached.

Because these boots are soft, the dog can feel the ground. After one or two awkward steps the first time my dog wore them, he walks as if he's bare-pawed.

I like the fact that they are long and have knit trim on top. It means that there is no gap between his jacket and the boot. With his old boots there was a gap (on the paws that didn't lose a boot!) and I'd have to defrost the caked snow before removing the jacket.

I bought a second pair because I'm afraid I won't find these again when his current pair wear out.

Pros: They stay on

Cons: none

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Carol Ann
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Rating: 5

Great for the cold and salt

posted 6 years ago

I have a pair of these for my little chihuahua. His pads tend to crack and get dried out with salt in the winter. Altough he doesn't like to put them on, once they are on he is fine with them. Have also used them singly to protect paws with minor irritations all year round.

Pros: good fit

Cons: non

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Cvantassel60
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Rating: 5

Definitely check this out !

posted 6 years ago

My dog has long fur between his toes and used to get painful iceballs stuck in his paws when he walked in snow.

These keep his feet warm and protect him from the evil iceballs. definitely good for long haired dogs.

Pros: keeps snow out.

Cons: dogs might not be fans.

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Danny625
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Rating: 2

It is not just there feet that are. Cold

posted 6 years ago

They need to come out with gear that protects the whole dog.

Pros: Saves the feet

Cons: Saves JUST the feet

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feral c.
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Rating: 5

My dog needs these for winter walks

posted 6 years ago

These extreme weather boots save my dogs paws in the winter. She stops and holds her foot up when it gets too cold or when the salt on the sidewalks start to burn her. So, if it snows or there is salt on the sidewalk, we put them on her and she's much happier.

Pros: Protects from extreme cold and salt burn.

Cons: like all boots you have to keep an eye and make sure one doesn't come off.

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