Stunt Puppy Traction Bootie Weatherproof Dog Boot
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- Weatherproof traction dog boot; pack of one
- Perfect for ice, sand, snow, and even wood floors
- Closure made with Velstretch, a stretchy Velcro
- Toughtek fabric stays flexible in cold weather
- Measures 2 1/4 inches by 5 inches
The Stunt Puppy Traction Bootie is ideal for when your dog needs a little more traction. Get grip on ice, sand, snow—even your wood floor. Also, the Toughtek fabric stays flexible in cold weather and is waterproof. These dog boots are built with a slight taper to the toe. This reduces the floppiness of excess fabric at the toe, providing a better fit on the paw. The closure wrap is made with VELSTRETCH Brand Fastener wrap. It resembles the loop side of normal Velcro, as it is soft and fuzzy but even better, it has a built in stretch. The tension can be adjusted for the best fit. It is a quality closure that stays put. To measure, have the dog stand on a tape measure and measure a front foot at the widest part, as you would measure the width of your own foot. XX-Small = 1 3/4 inches across the widest part, 4 1/4 inches tall; X-Small = 2 1/4 inches across the widest part, 5 inches tall; Small = 2 1/2 inches across the widest part, 5 1/2 inches tall; Medium = 2 3/4 inches across the widest part, 5 1/2 inches tall; Large = 3 inches across the widest part, 5 1/2 inches tall; X-Large = 3 1/2 inches across the widest part, 7 inches tall; XX-Large = 4 inches across the widest part, 7 1/2 inches tall. Remember, these measurements are only a guide. Measure the paw and select the size that most closely matches your measurement. Our booties are wider at the top, which allows them to be put on easily. Please email us if you have questions about sizing at email@example.com. We can assist you in selecting the correct size booties and, believe it or not, it really is easier than it seems. Pack of one.
Size: xs | Color: Black
Top Customer Reviews
He has the same moisture problem when I use PAWZ on him but the PAWZ seem easier to use (I've had lots of practice with them) & more comfortable for him.
I've gone back to using the fabric knit booties that have traction tread on the bottom. I wish they had traction tread on all sides so twisting around wouldn't matter. If anyone out there knows of a better solution for older dogs on slick floors please let me know.
I've heard of ToeGrips but I fear they would scratch my floors so I haven't tried them.