Pawz 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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Color: Red | Size: Small
Dogs prone to swallowing small objects should be supervised. Dog should not wear boots while dormant.
Top Customer Reviews
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.Read more ›
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.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Sizing is tricky. Tried a pair of "Small" given by a friend and they were a bit too large for my JRT, I ordered the "Extra Small" next size down and those were... Read morePublished 11 hours ago by Butler Dell
Ordered these for my dog as ice melt products on sidewalks burn her paw pads. We used the sizing directions on the Pawz website and got the right size on the first try. Read morePublished 1 day ago by J.Essie
Easy to use even for dogs that do not like things on their feet. My dog wears these with ease and they are perfect for NYC life (Dirty Dirty Streets) as well as for the Salt on the... Read morePublished 3 days ago by A. Smith
Our Corgi TullyMars has Spinal Myelopathy which causes him to drag himself by his front legs when he's not in his wheelchair or being carried. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Dan Hearn
They keep most of the mud off but allow a good deal of water in as rocks and uneven terrain quickly tears the rubber.Published 5 days ago by Sean
Very helpful product to cover your dog's paws. My dog does not like it when I put them on but he is certainly enjoying his outdoor moment when wearing this boots during the winter... Read morePublished 5 days ago by Indah