|Material||Rubber, Neoprene||Synthetic Fabric, Nylon||Rubber, Synthetic Fabric, Nylon||Rubber||Rubber|
|Breed Size||Large Breeds, Giant Breeds||Large Breeds, Giant Breeds||Extra Small Breeds, Small Breeds||Large Breeds, Giant Breeds||Large Breeds|
These are very nice! Material is beautiful. After looking at some of the reviews, I decided to go a size bigger for my boxer/Beagle mix. Im glad I did because it ended up working out better due to the extra straps. The size that was "recommended", only had 1 strap but the size I bought, had 2. Only downside is, with the muscular breeds, the back feet seem to stand a little higher than the front feet. I've switched all 4 booties and got the same results. Basically I guess what I'm saying is, seems like these would need to be altered for front and back. My dog still has her dew claws and when putting the booties on the back, the dew claws are barely covered, whereas the front ones arw completely covered.
My 12 yr old Standard Poodle has had 2 toes on his left back foot amputated due to squamous cell cancers. To make walking more comfortable and safer for him, I got him booties to wear on both back feet. These boots keep the toes on his left foot from spreading under his weight while walking, and keeps his right foot from sliding out from under him. He leaves them alone and seems to understand their purpose.
My golden loved these as soon as I put them on him. We live in a two story home and he has always been afraid to go down the stairs because he had no grip. Now with his shoes, he has that slip restistant material and boom....he runs down the stairs...and just loves his shoes.
These booties seem to be made nicely and are probably too much for where we live. We have rain occasionally but not snow or even much freezing weather. My dog is small and will most likely need some type of protection when our cold weather does roll around. I first got the small size. I could not get his foot all the way in the bootie. So I ordered the medium and they are pretty large and long for a medium size. I believe my dog is just inbetween sizes, with small being too small and medium is too large. The product is nice. I will have him wear them when needed and just work with them to get them on him properly.
These are well made, fit well but snug. They stay on better than others I have tried, but be aware--they are not even close to being waterproof. The "all weather" designation is disengenuous. Just walking in wet grass the boots were wet all the way through. By and large a very nice boot, but if you need to keep a foot or injury dry, look elsewhere.
these shoes are pretty good! sizing is key. i ended up ordering size M for my dog. he’s a 65-70lb amstaff/pittie with bad allergies. we got these to cut down on his grass exposure lol
We’ve tried a minimum of 8 different kids of boots before we got these ones. They stay on, he can’t kick them off. He walks normal in them. They’re perfect.
I bought sizes S and L. I like the S better as it’s easier to handle with just one Velcro strip. The L has two and overall doesn’t seem to secure as well on my bigger dog; they’re also too long for her thin legs while she does need = for her paw size. One reflective strip one the L shoe has already come off after a few wears. My dogs don’t like to wear them (awkward though hilarious for the hooman) but they’re a great protection on AZ summer heated tarmac.
Unfortunately, Emma cannot wear these boots! I ordered the largest size and yet they are still too tight for her so they were never worn. Can I return them?
Just got these today, so I will update my review after a few weeks. My 37 pound mutt according to the size chart was between a small and a medium. The helpful Chewey customer service rep recommended I go with the medium, and she was right. The medium is smaller than I expected. It fits, but it is really cumbersome trying to get these boots on my dog, and he just patiently stands there, so he’s not the problem. I wish these companies that make dog boots would post videos showing how to put the boots on. In order to get his paw into the boot, I have to have the straps completely open. That’s the easy part. But then to close the straps, you have to fit them through a small plastic slit which is very tricky to do especially since the Velcro parts always want to stick before you need them to. And they need to be pulled tight, otherwise the boot will slide down. He was able to walk in the boot, albeit funnily. So far, I’ve only put one boot on him. Exhausting! Really can’t imagine getting all 4 on in a reasonable amount of time. Like I said, I will update this after a few weeks of practice.