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Pawz Yellow Water-Proof Dog Boot

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  • All natural materials, made in the USA
  • Disposable, reusable, waterproof
  • Bends with paw and absolutely stays on
  • Protection from ice, snow, salt, lawn chemicals and hot surfaces
  • Assists with traction control and allergies
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Pawz Blue Water-Proof Dog Boot, Medium, Up to 3-Inch + Invisible Dog Boots - Protect Paws From Sand, Hot Pavement, Ice, and Salt with All Natural 100% Wax-Based Cream. For Dogs Who Just Won't Wear Boots. - 60gm
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Product Details

Color: Blue | Size: Medium
  • Product Dimensions: 3.5 x 1.5 x 8 inches ; 4.8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 4.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B001J1Y9VA
  • Item model number: 1048
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,608 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #315 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
  • Material Feature:  Biodegradable Warning
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Product Description

Color: Blue | Size: Medium

PAWZ is the world's only disposal and reusable water-proof dog boot. Made of natural rubber. PAWZ are 100-percent biodegradable. PAWZ are designed to go on easily and fit securely without zippers or straps. Fashionable yet durable. PAWZ offer serious paw protection. PAWZ is the most natural feeling boot your dog can wear because without padding your dog can feel the ground providing a needed sense of security. Like a sock, PAWZ moves with your dog allowing full paw motion and maximum comfort, and imagine never losing another expensive boot again. PAWZ come 12 in a pack and each boot may be worn many times.

Important Information

Safety Warning
Dogs prone to swallowing small objects should be supervised. Dog should not wear boots while dormant.

Customer Reviews

These are basically balloons.
John Moss
They are great for Michigan winters and all the salt that is dumped on the roads these really protect her paws from salt and ice.
A. Simon
Hard to get them on my dog, especially because she resists having them put on.
F. Morse

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

174 of 176 people found the following review helpful By It's Just Me on December 12, 2009
Color Name: BlueSize Name: Medium
I have a 2 year old collie x lab mix. He's got webbed lab toes with long hair in between the toes. It's been a nightmare in the winter with him, especially since we love to go to deep snow areas with no trails. He'd end up with snow above and below the webbing, trapped in the fur, which he then licked till it became ice blocks. I'd stop every 10 minutes of our walk to break out bloody snow blocks, and his poor paws would hurt so badly.

Enter Pawz! I bought them at the Natural Pet Market near me, and we went for a walk three hours later. I put them on him in the car in a matter of seconds. I led him straight out of the car, and after he looked at them once, he ran off to play in the snow. This is a dog who kicked off all other boots I tried on him, and who would not move in regular boots. The website states that dogs that won't tolerate anything else on their feet will tolerate these because they can feel the ground under their paws. It's true :0))

The best part is they STAYED ON! We were in deep snow in an IL prairie. It had been mowed to about a foot tall, so there were sharp stick and branches and burrs, but the Pawz stayed strong. No holes, no tears, and no lost boots. My pup did not stop running once on his forty minute walk.

To those considering these, I offer these words of wisdom:

1) If they're floppy-looking or fall off, they're too big. They should fit rather snugly around the paw and not look like giant floppy clown shoes. My dog is about the size of a border collie or Aussie, and he wears a size medium. Those are a dark blue. I think most of the issues people have with these come from being improperly sized.

2) Stretch the opening really wide, and pop them over the dog's foot while someone else is holding his head.
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113 of 116 people found the following review helpful By Christopher Zibart on January 29, 2009
Color Name: OrangeSize Name: X-Small
We live in the Chicago area, and our dog has a long winter if he can't walk. He hates walking without foot protection, because the ice and salt really bothers him. We've tried all kinds of dog boots, including ones with little suspenders, ones with velcro straps, etc. The dog stands stiff legged and doesn't really want to walk. And we can't keep them on him -- they often fall off. Pawz have been a major improvement. They are simple: as others have noted, they are like miniature balloons. They don't look like they would have much thermal protection. But the rubber lip of the balloon really keeps them on (we've never had one come off), and our dog loves to walk with them. My impression is that the dog feels like they aren't there, because they are so thin. They last longer than you might think. Our dog gets dozens of walks from each set, before he puts a nail through the rubber, or the rubber lip separates.
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146 of 152 people found the following review helpful By Ann Huffman on November 13, 2009
Color Name: RedSize Name: Small
A few things to know about these boots: 1. Follow the directions when putting the boots on the dogs paw, that is, put two fingers inside the mouth of the boot and stretch the rubber opening wide enough to start the boot over the paw. (This gets easier with practice) 2. When the boot is on the paw, be sure that the boot has not rolled up over the mouth, arrange the mouth of the boot so it fits evenly around the ankle. 3. The mouth of the boot should fit around the ankle just under the dewclaw, the "balloon" of the boot should fit loosely around the paw to allow the paw to spread when the dog's weight is on the paw. 4.Turn the boots around so the wear is over all surfaces of the balloon. 5. THE BOOTS ARE COMFORTABLE AND THEY DO NOT COME OFF.

Mend the boots if a claw pokes a hole in it or a hole shows up from wear with a small piece of black electrician's tape. My dog walks 2 miles everyday on concrete sidewalks and is wearing the same pair of boots we started with two weeks ago. They are beginning to look like polkadot boots with black patches here and there but the boots are lasting a long time with the patches. Yes, Dixie loves the boots and can't wait for her walks as her paws do not get sore when she wears them.
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76 of 77 people found the following review helpful By NH Animal Lover on February 14, 2010
Color Name: OrangeSize Name: X-Small Verified Purchase
Yes, they look like balloons! But so what, if they work!

My Lucy is a 12 lb rescue Poodle from the south, this was her first snow experience and she didn't love the snow at all. I got these boots, and she runs around leaping and playing and running as hard as she can, having a ball, with no problems at all. I had to learn the best way to put them on, but after a couple of trys, they go on very easily. I've had 1 box for a month, and she's still using the same 4 boots that I started her on, so they last forever. I rinse them every time I use them. Don't leave them on after you come inside, moisture can build up inside the boot.

I can imagine that the larger the dog, the more boots you would go through, but for small dogs, these are fabulous. She's not at all bothered by them.

Putting them on, if you are right handed:

If possible, put the dog on a table or counter. That's easy with little guys.
Using both hands, put 2 fingers of the left hand and the middle finger of the right hand just inside the lip of the boot and hold the opening open.
With your thumb and index finger of the right hand, snag a foot and insert in the boot. Make sure you insert far enough so the boot goes up as far as it can.
Give a treat
Repeat for the other 3 feet.

If you are left handed, I would imagine you would use the same instructions but opposite hands. They pull off relatively easily with a tug and a snap. Rinse the salt and sand off the outside, and drain til dry.
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