Pawz Natural Rubber Dog Boots
Large - Purple 12 Boots
Pawz is the world’s only disposable and reusable, waterproof dog boot. Made of natural rubber, Pawz are 100% biodegradable. They are designed to go on easily and fit securely without zippers or straps. Fashionable yet durable, Pawz offers serious paw protection.

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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sandi: more than a year ago

I have used these boots for 3 years for my poodle and love them. He isn't crazy about getting them on but he hates the salt more. I get a winter season out of one package. I love how clean they keep his feet.
5 stars

TT: more than a year ago

I bought these boots for my golden retriever, it does not work. it is impossible to keep them on

Joanna: more than a year ago

We tried these boots a couple years ago, on our three German Shepherds, and the boots didn't work out for them at all - they were impossible to put on. These boots are, basically, extremely thick balloons, and you have to stretch the ends with your fingers just enough to put the dog's paw through. That stretching part prove to be pretty much impossible and, if your dogs is the excited type that, knowing it's walk time, just cannot sit still for one more second, chances are you won't be all that successful with shoeing your dog either.
We ended up shelling big (roughly 3 times the price of these, but totally worth it) bucks for three pairs of RuffWear "sneakers" and tall winter boots.

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