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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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PAWZ is the world's only disposal and reusable water-proof dog boot. Made of natural rubber. PAWZ are 100-percent biodegradable. PAWZ are designed to go on easily and fit securely without zippers or straps. Fashionable yet durable. PAWZ offer serious paw protection. PAWZ is the most natural feeling boot your dog can wear because without padding your dog can feel the ground providing a needed sense of security. Like a sock, PAWZ moves with your dog allowing full paw motion and maximum comfort, and imagine never losing another expensive boot again. PAWZ come 12 in a pack and each boot may be worn many times. HOW TO MEASURE YOUR DOG'S PAW For the best fit, measure from the bottom of the big heel pad to the tip of the longest toe nail. If the paw is in-between two sizes, select the larger size. Pawz should fit securely around the leg and comfortable around the paw. TINY - FOR PAWS TO 1" XX-SMALL - FOR PAWS TO 1 1/2" X-SMALL - FOR PAWS TO 2" SMALL- FOR PAWS TO 2 1/2" MEDIUM - FOR PAWS TO 3" LARGE - FOR PAWS TO 4" X-LARGE - FOR PAWS OVER 4" See size chart with actual size of boots on manufacturer's page here: http://pawzdogboots.com/boots/ Breeds which most often use the size Small American Eskimo Australian Terrier Bichon Frise Border Collie Border Terrier Boston Terrier Bull Terrier Cavalier King Charles Dachshund Dandie Dinmont Terrier English Toy Spaniel French Bulldog Glen of Imaal Terrier Havanese Irish Terrier Jack Russell Terrier Lakeland Terrier Lhasa Apso Manchester Terrier Norfolk Terrier Parson Jack Russell Terrier Pembroke Welsh Terrier Petit Basset Griffon Poodle Pug Sealyham Terrier Shiba Inu Silky Terrier Skye Terrier Schnauzer, Mini Sussex Spaniel Toy Fox Terrier West Highland Terrier Wire Fox Terrier
Color: Red | Size: Small
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Safety WarningDogs prone to swallowing small objects should be supervised. Dog should not wear boots while dormant.
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My sole purpose for trying these was for use in the snow so my dog doesn't get snow impacted between his pads. He can't go more than half a mile in packed powder after which he stops to lick his pads - only making matters worse. I've tried 3 or 4 different "traditional" booties designed for use in the snow and none of them worked well. Most of them he'd kick off immediately upon running in the snow.
My dog is an Australian Shepherd mix (best guess), about 70 lbs. When I tried to measure his paws, I got about 3" from the back of the pad to the front of the nail. I got the medium size Pawz and he still has at least 1/4" clearance between his nails and the inside of the bootie. (His rear paws are a bit smaller - I tried the "small" size but couldn't even get them on so I stuck with "medium" everywhere).
The Pawz booties stay on like a charm! He's never lost a boot even after running loose or hiking in untracked powder. He doesn't mind them on one bit and he seems to have good traction with them on in the snow and ice.
BUT, the issue is that he'd poke holes in the boots with his nails. He'd even get multiple punctures from a single, "calm" walk around the neighborhood on the sidewalk.
I was trying to think if I could reinforce the boots somehow and decided to try duct tape! As these were going to be used in the snow, I didn't think the tape would last if it was on the outside of the boot so I put it on the inside. Here's how I did it (see attached photos):
1) Turn boot inside out and flatten it out as much as possible
2) Put a full piece of tape across the top, just below the top curve of the boot.
3) Repeat on the other side
4) Put another piece of tape on the very top of the boot and fold it over to the other side
5) Trim off the excess, making sure not to knick the boot
6-8) Using thin strips of tape, reniforce the outside edge of the boot working from tip of boot down the right side. Repeat on left side (not shown)
When done, turn boot inside out again to end up with the duct tape on the inside. This takes a bit of massaging to get everything smoothed out.
With this change, I've gone on a couple hikes and had much better luck than before. He'll still get a puncture here and there but they are much less frequent and they don't seem to allow as much snow into them as before. When I get home, I've been able to get additional use out of them by folding them inside out again and just adding more tape!
For the paws that survived without any holes, zero snow got in. Even where there was a hole, very little snow got in and I didn't know there was an issue until I took them off as he never stopped during the hike to try and lick or bite at them.
I'm going to see if I can find a better quality duct tape and see if that helps even more.
1. I put Baby Powder in each shoe before I put them on each dog (yes baby powder goes all over - you'll have to figure out how to deal with that issue - I have my own approach to minimize the mess).
2. Then I sit behind my dogs (they are sitting as well).
3. I hook a finger on each side of the hole and stretch.
4. I grab a paw and voila, I slip it on. Trust me this was not easy probably the first ten times but with practice comes perfection. There was no way I was going to let my dogs neither suffer nor deal with their getting sick from licking off the salt from their paws. Therefore, both the dogs and I had to suck it up.
5. For the back paws, I make them stand and will either slip those on facing my dog, from the side or from the rear. Both ways I get them on and we are good to go.
6. To take the off I slip a finger under the latex material from the back of the paw where they have that little dip under the large pad up from the four toe pads (not sure if that makes sense).
7. I dry these off so they don't stick together which they tend to do if I just toss them into the doggy supply basket by the door.
8. Just a heads up - my dogs are smart so I get their harness and leashes on first before I pull these out otherwise everyone runs under the bed to hide. They don't like it but it really keeps their paws from being burned from the ice, cold and salt.
Notwithstanding the above, I have yet to find a better alternative for everyday walks than these boots. There is a more permanent shoe variety with a looser fit sold at my local pet store but those shoes often fly off my dog's paws if he runs too hard or digs into the ground too hard. That almost never happens with the Pawz at least but I wish the coloring issue didn't exist with their red boots.