Pawz is the most natural-feeling boot your dog can wear because without padding your dog feels 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 dog boot again! Pawz come 12 in a package and each boot may be worn many times.
Advantages: serious protection, disposable, reusable, waterproof, 12 per box, bends with paw, absolutely stays on, biodegradable, inexpensive, dogs love them, vet endorsed, groomer endorsed,
easy on / easy off, earth friendly
Uses: ice and snow, salt, liquid chloride, lawn chemicals, pesticides, fire ants, mud and clay, pad rashes, allergies, sand irritation, dog run bacteria, furniture and carpet stains, traction control, post-surgical infection, post-grooming soil, swimming pool liner tears, hot pavement
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 Dog Boots should fit securely around the leg and comfortable around the paw.
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Misha: more than a year ago
Would never buy these again. My dog is great with boots but she and I both hated these. They are a struggle to get on, they take both hands and another person to hold the dog while you slip them on, and they snagged her hair a few times which is a pain. I'd rather pay more for boots that will last a long time and be more comfortable for her.
Meesha: more than a year ago
I've been using this booties for years. I think its a great product for my dogs. You do need two hands to strech out to put on your dog. And a little patience. Do my dogs like them? No but they tollerate them. I can use One set for two winters so one package can last between 3-6 years! Do they keep them warm? Maybe not, however it keeps their paws clean and also will keep them warm enough and protect them from frozen paws on very cold winter days and salt. I would highly recommend them.
Sharna: more than a year ago
These are great for dogs that don't like clunky boots to wear in the winter, but they are tough to get on because it requires two hands to hold the booties open wide enough to go over your dog's feet. I had to be careful with them too as they were snagging on my dogs fur (medium length). That aside, they do stay on longer than the velcro booties that I was using in the past. I will be using these mostly for warmer winter days when I am protecting my dogs feet from salt on the sidewalks.