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Ultra Paws Rugged Dog Boot

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Price: $26.14 - $48.35
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  • Small 2 1/4" width; Medium 2 3/4" width; Large 3 1/4" width; XLarge 4" width
  • Measure dog paw width while pressing lightly on paw, on piece of paper
  • Please measure your dog's foot before ordering
  • Easy to put on, difficult to slip off
  • Side seams expand - making it easy to put on the boot
  • Two Velcro® straps with slides fasten the boots

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Ultra Paws Rugged Dog Boot + 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 Description

Easy to put on, with unique expanding side seams, made from Nylon wrapped with Reprotekthat is water resistant and tear resistant. The Ultimate Dog Boot guaranteed to stay on and not twist.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B004VER3BU
  • Item model number: Ultra Paws Rugged Dog Boot
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (513 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,690 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

The material is too stiff and these boots do not bend where the dog's foot bends.
At first, my dog seemed petrified to even take a step with the boots, but she quickly warmed up (with lots of treats) and soon was walking like a pro.
Lady T
These are well made and I think they would work very well ...if they fit my dogs feet.
Tami baker

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

142 of 144 people found the following review helpful By The Sween on July 7, 2009
Color Name: RedSize Name: Medium 2 3/4" width
I was looking for a reasonably priced dog boot to use in Desolation Wilderness, California. The trails here consist of extremely severe, jagged, sharp, granite rock which will make mincemeat of your dog's feet within hours. I didn't want to spend a fortune on the boots, and there appeared to be too much structure to the more expensive boots that might create ill-fit or rubbing issues.

Ultra Paws has a lot of room in the foot portion, which will not jam toe nails, or rub on the sides to the foot.

They also have two straps instead of the traditional one on other boots.

On one of my dogs it looked like there might be some rubbing that was going to take place on the dewclaw, as she stopped every so often to inspect that area. So I took some vet wrap and wrapped the foot in that area, and then covered it with some duck tape on both front paws. Problem solved. She didn't show any signs of discomfort or distress after that.

We just returned from a 5 day backpacking trip. She flew all over the trails, in and out of bushes, went through streams, swam, etc. and the boots stayed on. They were rugged enough to take the beating of the granite trails. She didn't lose a boot.

We had a rat terrier who also went, who had very skinny legs and who was acrobatic when we put the boots on. He did fling a few off, but he was literally doing back flips. So we took a little vet wrap and put it around the areas where the straps of the boot would land, and this was enough to give the boot a little more traction. He finally settled down, and went 7 miles without losing a boot over rough trails, through streams, etc.

I have tried to fit horse boots on my horses for years, and there is no perfect boot.
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220 of 227 people found the following review helpful By Greg D on August 24, 2011
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Ok so my situation is a little different than most...I have a 100lb Rhodesian Ridgeback that's <ahem> afraid of the floor. It started as just a section of four 12x12 tiles leading into and out of our kitchen. He would stand in the kitchen (laid with the same tile mind you) with one toe on the sink mat and stare at this section like it was booby trapped. And his solution in his simple mind to get from point A to point B? Hop on all his nails, pull a Fred Flintstone style burnout and fishtail out of the kitchen until he either hit the carpet, the wall, or me. While we tried to work through it, he figured out that the same jerk that rigged the kitchen tile also booby trapped the fairly new Brazilian cherry dining room floor...all 3 transitions to and from the runner that ran through that room.

Unable to train him through this we had to come up with something to save our floors and these boots turned out to be it. He was a little hesitant at first as expected but in no time he built up his courage with these things on. Of course the fact that he couldn't get up on his nails and flail helped a lot. The fit and grip seem to be pretty comfortable; he still walks a bit like a duck with the unmistakable "fwup fwup fwup" sound he makes but he really seems to like them. They have held up well over the last month we've had them and they've been used inside and out. They stay on and haven't had any issues with them coming off as long as the Velcro straps are run through the loop in the back. All in all I'm happy I came across these.

1/27/14 Update - I came back to order another set and completely forgot I wrote this review. These boots have been awesome and lasted a long time in my opinion.
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195 of 205 people found the following review helpful By Gibby on November 16, 2010
Color Name: BlackSize Name: Medium 2 3/4" width Verified Purchase
Overall this is a great product that keeps the snow from balling up between my dog's toes (web feet on the dog can collect snow and cause frost bite). After a few walks here are a few impressions/tips:

1. Double strap keeps the shoes in place. Despite the pup's best efforts, the shoes stayed put.
2. The inside of the shoe is padded and seems comfortable.
3. Dog does a weird high step and tried to take the shoes off. I threw a ball in the backyard and the shoes were quickly forgotten.
4. The shoe doesn't grip well on smooth surfaces. There will be a bit of slipping and sliding across the kitchen floor and icy spots on the sidewalk. But with a little practice my dog did pretty well.
5. The hold up exceptionally well in the snow. Not sure about keeping dry, but at least the snow isn't balled up between the toes.
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110 of 123 people found the following review helpful By Thomas on December 10, 2011
Color Name: OrangeSize Name: Large 3 1/4" width Verified Purchase
I purchased Ultra Paws Rugged dog boots in size large for my adult basset hound to use on snowy/salty sidewalks during our daily walks. While the Amazon store has no sizing chart, I found the chart on Ultra Paws' website, and the boots are true to their sizing. I have returned them due to poor design.

Upon receiving the boots, I put them on my dog, and they fit well on all four of his paws. However, within minutes of him walking around on carpet, the front boots slide down beyond his pasterns and flew off. I attempted different adjustment combinations of the two Velcro straps (tighter and looser) following the instructions, but the problem continued.

The back boots stayed on just fine, which leads me to believe that the problem is with the boot's design. These boots will not work on dogs, like the basset hound, whose paws bend 90 degrees at the pastern if the boot covers the joint. The boot has no angle or elastic material sewn into the fabric to accommodate for a steep degree of bend, so they only work well on legs that have a shallow-angled bend at the pastern, like a basset hound's hind legs, or if the pastern is above the actual boot where the fabric does not have to bend at all. To use a human example for clarification, imagine as a human putting on mid-calf boots that are straight and have no bend sewn into them for the 90 degree bend at the ankle. If you could theoretically flatten your foot in line with your leg to first get the boot on, like a dog can, the boot would quickly slide down until the top got past the 90 degree bend at the ankle once you began walking where the boot would then flop around and then fall off. That's what's happening with my dog.
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