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  • Easy to put on, difficult to slip off
  • Two Velcro straps with slides fasten the boots in place
  • Medium 2 3/4" width
  • Toughtek performs in wet and dry, hot and cold conditions
  • Comes in a reusable mesh bag
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Product Details

Size: l | Color: Red
  • Product Dimensions: 6.7 x 3.5 x 1.6 inches ; 7 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 8.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B001FYT0CY
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (368 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,277 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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Product Description

Size: l | Color: Red

To measure the width of your dog's foot, place the foot on a piece of paper and press down on the top of the foot, mimicking how the foot spreads when the dog's walking. Compare this to the boot sizes. the foot should be smaller than the boot size. Mark the left and the right side of the foot on the paper and measure the distance between the marks. Compare this to the boot sizes. The width of the foot should be smaller than the boot size. For example, if the foot width is 2 1/2 inches, order an Small at 2 3/4 inches.

Customer Reviews

It was easy putting them on my dog.
adrienne
She did "wave" at first and looked like a Tennessee Walking horse, but she seemed to adjust to them quickly and even seems to like them.
Kay2
The boots are very well made and stay on all day.
S. Sprague

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

197 of 201 people found the following review helpful By The Sween on May 1, 2010
Color Name: RedSize Name: m
First off, I think you have to be realistic about boots on a dog. Getting the sizing right is tough and there are a lot of spots on the foot, like the dew claws where you can get rubbing.

So my goal when I set off to buy dog boots were the following:

>Cheap. I didn't want to have to slit my wrists when one was lost in the bushes or swimming or ??? $35 for a set of four is pretty reasonable.
>Reasonable expectation of them staying on.
>Reasonable quality so that we would get some use out of them before they died.
>Use - Backpacking in the high sierras over lots of sharp shale, granite, etc. (I had a dog the year before blow through her pads and had to wear vet wrap and duck tape through the trip.)

After reading tons of reviews on the internet, looking at prices, etc., I ended up with the Ultra Paws Rugged product.

What I liked about these boots:

2 straps. This is important. It gives you two opportunities to keep these on. If you can get the first strap below the dew claw, and the second over, that's the best. With the two straps the boots didn't twist around so that the dog is walking on the top of the boot. (I heard this complaint with a lot of boots.)

The boot fits loose, more like a mitten. This eliminates rubbing from ill fitting boots with pressure points. The foot can move around in the toe and you don't have their claws smashed against a hard surface.

Good rubber traction on the bottom, but not stiff. Reasonable quality.

We practiced at home, and watched for discomfort. My smaller queensland looked like her dew claws were bothering her. (You have to keep the straps pretty tight for the best results and the folds of the boot were closer to her dew claw than the other dogs.
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114 of 115 people found the following review helpful By Barry Perl on June 12, 2011
Color Name: RedSize Name: m Verified Purchase
We have a 10 year old yellow lab that's losing nerve control in his hind legs. He would slip and slide on our hardwood floors. He also scraped and banged his feet outdoors due to lack of feeling.

We tried "traction control socks" with limited success. The turned around. They came off. It was hard to determine the right size.

We tried regular Ultra Paws boots. The traction control was just OK and they turned around so the nonslip surface didn't contact the floor. He also wore out (totally) the regular boots in about three to five days.

Then we tried the Ultra Paws Durable boots. A vast improvement over the regular boots. They stay on, don't turn around and have a bigger nonslip surface that wraps around the toe. He has been wearing them all day every day for eight weeks now and they are just starting to wear through on the sole. We take them off at night to prevent foot sores. Quite an improvement over the 3-5 day life of the regular boots. They are also thicker and heavier and give his feet more protection from cuts and scrapes.
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46 of 49 people found the following review helpful By S. Gartrell on January 18, 2011
Color Name: RedSize Name: m Verified Purchase
We have a standard Poodle and he would get snow pellets between his pads. We'd have to stop every few minutes to remove them. It looked very painful.

We've had these boots now through about 25 inches of New England snow (2 storms) and we've been out every day snowshowing every day (about 10 days). One of the boots fell off once. It turned out that I hadn't secured the velcro properly and snow got in. Otherwise they've been great! It's important to get the right size. I thought he'd take a large, but according to the measurement he was just barely a medium.

He did and does do the duck walk every time we put them on (he looks like a Tenn. Walker, only less coordinated), but once he's in the snow there's no stopping him. Now if they'd just make the equivalent of hip boots (poodle hair is a magnet for snow)!
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39 of 41 people found the following review helpful By S. Sprague on September 29, 2011
Color Name: RedSize Name: m Verified Purchase
I bought these boots for my 11-year old Bouvier that has bad hips and an arthritic spine. We have hardwood floors throughout the house, so she had a lot of trouble getting up and was always slipping and sliding. When the boots arrived, I took one look at them and thought, "Yikes! These tiny little boots are never going to fit those giant paws!" I had measured her feet and added 1/4 inch, exactly as instructed, and ordered a medium--even though she's a big dog (85 pounds) with big feet. So I tried putting them on but gave up because they were too small. After checking the website again and measuring her feet again--and determining that she's still supposed to be a medium--I decided to try again. So I took my time and carefully worked one of her back paws through the small opening and pulled and tugged until her entire paw was in the boot. Hooray! The paw-part of the boot is much roomier than the opening, so once you get past the opening, the boot actually fits. The velcro closures are very easy to use--but the boots don't really bend and go part way up her leg as shown in the photo. They're more like oven mitts. Anyway...I took my time and finally got a boot on her other back paw. She walked funny at first, but I gave her lots of treats and praise and tried to distract her while she got used to them. They definitely help provide traction on the floor; she gets up MUCH more easily and doesn't slip and slide at all. Also, she totally ignores them, never tries to chew them off. The boots are very well made and stay on all day. I would give them 5+ stars except that they are so difficult to put on. But they are well worth it because they work so well. Btw, my dog lies quietly and doesn't try to move when I put her boots on her. If your dog won't stay still and is less cooperative, you might not ever be able to get them on!
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