Canine Equipment Ultimate Trail Dog Boots, Black
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- Protect you dogs feet from sharp rocks, twig, branches, hot pavement and more
- All terrain boots are made from recycled rubber soles that improve traction and a water resistant breathable shell
- Front and hind boots are sized differently for optimal fit with a cinch closure for a secure fit
- Each set contains 4 boots and 1 garment bag for easy machine washing
- Size large fits a paw width of 3-inch
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Great for a walk in the park or a hike in the woods, protect your dog’s paws with the Canine Equipment Ultimate Trail Boots. Providing protection from sharp rocks, branches, hot pavement and more. These all terrain boots are made from a water resistant breathable soft shell fabrication and recycled rubber soles that improve traction. The front and hind boots are ergonomically sized to fit front and hind paws differently and the reinforced toe offer additional protection. The low profile boots have a gusset for easy entry onto the paw and the cinch closure allows for a secure fit. Includes 2 front boots and 2 hind boots with reflective accents and one garment bag. Available in size small, medium, large and xlarge. Size small fits a paw width of 2-inch, medium fits a paw width of 2-1/2-inch, large fits a paw width of 3-inch and xlarge fits a paw width of 3-1/2-inch.
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These boots are definitely worth the money and I highly recommend them to anyone looking for a great quality boot that will last.
Well, I'm back to downgrade my enthusiasm over these dog boots now that one of them is buried in a snow bank on Mt. Baker. After less than an hour of wear, the velcro, which had been cinched down to near tourniquet levels, was unraveling as snow got jammed into it, and before I could take them off, one went missing in deep snow. For controlled, leashed walks, these would likely work well and have been the best fitting dog boots we've found. However, for running in deep snow, these just can't go the distance. Also, my dog, who is not fussy, started to lie down every time we stopped, so I have to think he wasn't loving them.
After one of these boots was lost and the others had to come off, he wore the cheapo, rubber Pawz Booties for the rest of the hike. They stayed on, he ran around like normal, and his paws were protected throughout a several hour snowshoe in deep snow. This CE set will likely be the last spendy dog boots we try until someone figures out how to actually make functional ones (god knows that isn't likely to be Ruffwear or Muttluks, and though CE seems to be closer, these are not there yet either). In the meantime, the goofy, rubber PAWZ booties (sized differently for the larger front and smaller pack paws) will be our go-to for snow protection.
Folks looking for boots for dogs with mobility issues (dragging a foot, etc), should google NeoPaws out of Canada.
These are the only boots that stay on my active dog's feet. That is worth repeating: These Stay On. We've spent a LOT of money and time on a stunning variety of dog boots (some of them ridiculously expensive), and these are the ONLY ones that have worked.
I wanted to do an update after a while of heavy use. My dog and I are runners. She’s a husky so she’s highly energetic and the boots are mostly used in the summer and in gravel and I want to say gravel is the best test for these. The boots have lost a little integrity on the sole of the boots and velero due to use over the years but that’s to be expected with the abuse she’s put them through. To this point, she hasn’t lost a shoe. I’d still recommend these if you’re looking for some booties for the summer or even for gravel. I’ve yet to have her test them in the snow but I highly doubt she would use them as she’s a husky and has webbed paws.
Original Post: 2018
My dog loves to run she doesn’t care if it’s subzero or the world is on fire. I do care, obviously, so I purchased this set of dog boots and at first they were a bit awkward for her but As soon as she started running with these, she forgot about them. She’s faster than the average dog and the boots stayed on (make sure you have them on good, just don’t cut blood circulation) I was expecting her to lose the shoes sort of like in the cartoons where they run so fast their shoes come off. After a while she began pouncing around like a deer it was hilarious to watch.
Now, 120 degree weather is not ideal for a dog but so long as you take care of your dog, your dog will be perfectly fine. I was a k-9 handled in the Marine Corps so I know all about taking care of my dog, as my dog has taken care of me. These booties take care of her paws and i couldn’t be much happier. She was happy to go back out running during the summer so it was great! The shoes are good for rough terrain as well so their paws don’t get stickers or split open with foreign objects. Best $49 spent.
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I tried several different boots without lack. Most of them didn’t stay on. To fit properly I had to buy 2 sets because front paws are bigger so I ended with 2 sets of useless boots.
Canine equipment solved that problem in a set of 4 there are 2 boots for the front and 2 size smaller for the back paws.
My dog is wearing them every day. He can run and play in the snow. I put some toddler socks on my dogs paws and use electrical tape to fasten them at the ankles this prevents the boots to slip off his paws. Before discovering canine equipment one of many dog boots I trued were Pawz but unfortunately they were one time use for my active dog. The package of 12 didn’t last one week. I’m sure they are good for dogs walking on sidewalks but not strong enough on hikes. The canine equipment boots are not water proof but in temperatures below 0 C my dogs paws stay dry. The boots are very good quality. I highly recommend this product.
1. Put the boots on the foot and tighten them when the dog isn’t putting any weight on their foot. So make them lie down or hold their foot off the ground. Pull the band tight.
2. Put baby socks on them first. Not critical but it keeps their foot warmer, makes the boot easier to go on, and gives the boot something rough to cling on to.
3. Cut their toe nails as short as possible (this make take a few weeks). Mine had long toenails the first time I tried them and the boots would not go on all the way and I could tell the dogs weren’t happy with the crunchy toes. the boots fell off.
Today we successfully went out in -14C with 12 boots on ( with shorter toenails, and four pairs of baby socks) and came home with 12 boots on. They were happy; I was happy.
Our one concern: It really seemed to bother our dog's dew claws. We returned only for this reason, though a thick pair of socks could help!
Both my standard poodles wear these boots and I can not say enough about how great they are.
Great in the winter or for the summer and hitting the trails. Great protection in all weather conditions.
water resistant - barely, they were soaked after a walk in light rain
snow - sticks onto velcro and loosens them (I saw this in another review too)
Otherwise they are working great after trying many options that either pulled at her hair or didn't stay on the entire walk!