Ruffwear - Summit Trex Everyday Paw Protection for Dogs
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- GREAT EVERYDAY TRACTION: Summit Trex Boots provide everyday traction and paw protection from extreme temperatures, abrasive surfaces, and salt or other snowmelt chemicals. The flexible, non-marking, high-mileage outsole helps your dog stay sure footed out on the trail or in town.
- SIMPLE AND SECURE FIT: The Summit Trex feature a hook and loop cinch strap that make it simple to apply the boots securely to your dog's feet. No need to worry about them slipping off while you are hitting the trails with this easy fastening system.
- PROTECTS PAWS FROM THE ELEMENTS: Summit Trex Boots feature a weather-resistant upper as well as an integrated stretch gaiter that combine to lock out moisture, dirt and debris allowing your dog to stay comfortable on long hikes or romps in the park.
- REFLECTIVE TRIM: Summit Trex Boots feature reflective trim that allows you to keep an eye on your dog, even in low-light visibility environments.
- SUMMIT TREX BOOT SIZING: Summit Trex Boots are available in 8 sizes. Select the correct size based on your dog's paw width (measure across the widest part of the dog's paw when bearing weight). 1.5 in (38 mm); 1.75 in (44 mm); 2.0 in (51 mm); 2.25 in (57 mm); 2.5 in (64 mm); 2.75 in (70 mm); 3.0 in (76 mm); 3.25 in (83 mm). For in between sizes, choose the smallest size.
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Summit Trex dog boots provide everyday traction and paw protection from extreme temperatures, abrasive surfaces, and salt or other snowmelt chemicals. The Ruffwear-designed outsole provides flexible traction while an integrated stretch gaiter protects legs and locks out dirt and debris. Summit Trex Boots are sold in sets of 4 and are available in 8 sizes. Select the correct size based on your dog's paw width (measure across the widest part of the dog's paw when bearing weight). 1.5 in (38 mm); 1.75 in (44 mm); 2.0 in (51 mm); 2.25 in (57 mm); 2.5 in (64 mm); 2.75 in (70 mm); 3.0 in (76 mm); 3.25 in (83 mm). For in between sizes, choose the smallest size. Washing instructions: Secure the fasteners; Wash in cold water on gentle cycle with mild detergent; Air dry.
Color: Burnt Orange | Size: 1.75" (Set of 4)
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I didn't have any problems with the boots sliding when he was just walking - but as soon as he ran up and down the stairs after a ball, or ran outside in the snow back and forth a couple of times - any time he made a fast turn - inevitably the front boots would slide upside-down. Even with the smaller size, I still have had some issues with the boots turning a little on his feet. Granted, he has some frenzied takeoffs, and runs all-out every single time, which often means he is sliding to a stop or sliding to make a turn.. At 2.75", they are MUCH harder to get on his feet, but they stay put a whole lot better. I can't order them any smaller than that, because they are now nearly impossible to get past the wide part of his paws. It takes between 5-15 minutes to get all four of the smaller boots on if he isn't fighting me too much. I really have to wiggle and force them on!
I did not have any problems with the velcro staying put or the sock part being to tall to fit under his dewclaws. With the smaller size, the sock part fits just right and with both sizes I was able to tighten the velcro down pretty tightly and it stayed put even after being caked with snow and ice. The sock part is not too tight on his legs, but it is tight enough that it keeps the snow out of the boot, which I cannot say for the other brands I have tried.
I bought these to play fetch for 30-45 minutes every day in the backyard during the winter, because my dog's feet were cracking and bleeding. They seem to hold up well, but I just ordered the smaller ones toward the end of this winter, so the smaller pair have only been used about 4 times for about 45 minutes each time. He seems to like them once they are on (and once he got past the initial "What are you trying to do to me?" prance and went outside with them). They have a nice thick tennis-shoe like tread on the bottom and a water-resistant (NOT waterproof) top. They were excellent for helping keep his foot dry and clean when he ripped a toenail this winter, as well. He had the bandage from the vet off in about 5 minutes - not because he pulled at it, but because he of course went running as fast as he could down the steps after a ball shortly after arrival at home. These boots stay on and protect quite well, it just is annoying having to reposition them a lot.
Upon receiving them I decided to only try to put them on the back paws. My rational for this was to get him used to the boots slowly as opposed to rushing everything. I find rushing new things with my dog usually ends up poorly. Putting the boots on is not easy! Even though my dog calmly sits there, I struggle to slide the boots onto his paws. This would suggest that the size I got was not sized too large (see below). If I had purchased any smaller size I could not imagine getting them onto his boots.
I first practiced walking with him inside with only the rear legs "booted" and it was a hilarious sight to see. He made very wide steps and would jump his back-end up to avoid using his rear paws. Within 2-3 days he finally walked normal wearing them. I decided to take him outside and try them while running (because that''s primarily what he will do with these on). I threw his tennis ball two times for him to retrieve before one flew off and the other was dangling.
Unimpressed, I took him back inside and gave a day or two more of getting used to the boots. We then went back outside again and AGAIN this happened. The cinch straps were as tight as I could get them but this still happened.
I know these are not sized too big as I can barley get them on him. I guess if you only walk your dog and no running is ever involved they may stay on. For my application these are useless. They will be sent back unfortunately.