Waterproof Nylon Boots
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(4.1 out of 5, based on 17 reviews)

4 to a pack. Waterproof nylon rain gear for your dog. Boots have non-skid soles and velcro closure for a snug fit. Extra large fits German shepherd, golden retriever, etc.
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cindy-lou J.
Rating: 5


posted 5 years ago

My dad's little Yorkie has these. She looks so cute wearing them too. They work well to help keep the paws clean & dry.

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[updated on 2009-03-05 21:29:14 GMT]:
I recently bought some more of these on clearance after Christmas sale for my dad's little Yorkie dog. They work out well for the spring time mud season.

Pros: good

Cons: none

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Elizabeth L.
Rating: 3

Great idea

posted 5 years ago

My dog thought she was paralized when I put them on her she would not walk. But I think they are a great idea.

Pros: dog would not walk when I put them on her

Cons: none

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