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Paw Tectors by Pedigree Perfection International Inc. Water Proof Boot, Large, Red


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  • For Paw Sizes Up To 3 1/4" (8 cm) Wide
  • Pedigree Perfection
  • Supple, Waterproof, Non-skid, Double Sided Wearability
  • Strong Adjustable Straps
  • Warm Soft Fleece Interior. Easy On, Easy Off
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Product Description

The world's best dog boot for all weather, all season, all terrain protection against the elements. Simply slip Pawtectors on, making sure your dog's paw reaches bottom of sheath then tightly secure straps. No more frozen or scorched paws. No more stinging from salt or chemicals. Protects recovering wounds. Eliminates licking of irritated paws. Protects against mud, burrs, thorns, etc. No more dirty feet to muck up the house.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 9.5 x 1.5 x 6.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 7.2 ounces
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0009YS9H8
  • Item model number: PT-L-RED
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #103,984 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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Customer Reviews

The main thing was that they'd get wet on the snow and would stick to icy patches.
Okie
(These Paw-tectors in particular are a rather stiff rubber that probably isn't too comfortable when it has to bend.
unicornelia
We learned that you have to cinch the velcro straps extremely tight or the boots will fall off too easily.
Dave C

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Jennifer Porter on February 8, 2014
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At first I was pretty pleased with the PawTectors because they are truly waterproof. They fit according to their breed guidelines (I have a Chessie who weighs about 70 pounds). The price would have been great if these had been a long-lasting product.

They took about 5-10 minutes to get on each time, once he learned that he liked them better than running without them. They were a pain, however, because snow collected at the top and melted down the inside of each boot, and then I had to turn each bootie inside out to dry. It took several hours to dry them, depending on how wet they were and if I washed them off under running water first (which I did the last couple of times because they were getting dirty and stinky). It was an absolute pain in the butt to turn each bootie inside out. This made the booties inconvenient to use in my very tight morning schedule of running the dog from 4:45-5:30 AM and working out from 5:40-6:15 AM and then getting ready and leaving for work before 6:45 AM each day. I do not have a half an hour to an hour of extra time to spend turning booties right side out, putting them on, and then when we come back taking them off, and turning the booties inside out to dry. I probably would have been ok with this for afternoon and night runs on most nights and rated these booties higher if it were not for the durability issue.

My Chessie is a very active dog, requiring 1.5 - 2+ hours of intense run time (split into two to three sessions over the course of the day). We played fetch 3 times in my snow-covered (3-4" of snow) backyard, and then on the fourth run, I noticed that his toenails had put holes in the side that was down that day. I alternated the tops and bottoms as directed by the packaging to increase wear time, but four x 45 minutes???
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Hannah on February 10, 2014
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I got these for my rotweiller/pit mix and he is a big boy. These were so stiff and thick that they would not bend and let him wear them and run around at the same time. I live in MN where most of the winter we have had at least 10-20 below weather so my boy's paws start hurting after being outside for a minute. I have come to realize that putting a plastic baggy over his feet then putting baby/toddler socks over them works much better. Not to mention that the velcro strap does not get "tight" enough to keep snow out of them so it is pointless for him to wear them if he is walking around with snow inside of them.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By unicornelia on January 12, 2014
Probably just because they don't take up much room, and give a purpose to the little bag that holds them. I've got two sets of dog booties--these, and a softer red fleece one with black circles on the soles for traction. I figured they seemed like a nice idea for cold weather, any particularly rough terrain, or areas that might present dangers on the ground. Well, I've yet to find a set that will actually stay on any dog. We currently have four, ranging from small to large. The boots should be perfectly sized to fit the medium- and large-sized dogs--and for a few seconds, they are. Then they promptly slip right off, or are removed by a very, very confused and unamused canine, who begins to prance around in a most comical splayed-legs-in-the-air fashion. Doesn't matter how tightly you fasten them. There is no "getting used to it" because regardless of where you are or what you're doing, the things DO NOT remain on the paws.

I'm thinking that a more ideal bootie would actually be made in the shape of a paw, rather than these flat-lying things. (These Paw-tectors in particular are a rather stiff rubber that probably isn't too comfortable when it has to bend. If that's the price you have to pay for waterproofness, it kinda stinks, but okay...) They should conform more closely to the paw and a bit of the leg/wrist/stifle, without being too tight. Then they MIGHT stand a chance of working and being tolerated...I imagine. As it is, I can't recommend *any* dog boots! D; Maybe eventually Foster & Smith or somebody'll manufacture some that are worth getting. 'Til then, we can just pull the snow and ice from their paws when they're done playing (so quick and easy to do), and watch where we walk 'em! Works for me.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Dave C on February 11, 2014
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Don't rely on the list of breeds to guess what size your dog will need, especially if you have a mutt like we do. Instead take the time to actually measure the front paws. We ordered a large but medium was actually the correct size. $5 return shipping = lesson learned.

Once we got the right size, we tried them on our dog. She wasn't thrilled with the idea but she let us put them on. Watching a dog try to walk in these for the first time is downright comical.

We learned that you have to cinch the velcro straps extremely tight or the boots will fall off too easily. Because of how long it takes to put them on correctly, we probably won't use these for routine "potty" trips in the back yard. The main reason we got them was because it's so cold out that she's been holding up one paw at a time to try to keep it off the snow, so it's disappointing to not be able to solve that for her. We'll still keep them for when it gets nice enough to take her for winter walks again.
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