|Material||Rubber, Neoprene||Synthetic Fabric, Nylon||Polyester, Cotton||Leather, Nylon||Rubber, Neoprene|
|Breed Size||Large Breeds||Small Breeds||Medium Breeds||Large Breeds||Small Breeds|
|Closure Type||—||—||Hook & Loop||Hook & Loop||—|
We have all hardwood floors and our new hound dog wouldn't walk on them because he slipped with every step. I was worried that he may injure himself so I bought these and so glad I did. I just put them on his front feet and he now runs into the house and walks with no slipping!!
I have a medium size dog and with these medium size boots she can't walk in them. The neoprene pads are so big they obstruct her walking. Like wearing clown shoes.
not really functional. difficult to slip or slide onto paws. hard to get the Velcro wrapped around properly or tight enough. took me about 15 minutes to get these on my dog so in terms of actually using them. NOT! not worth the time and energy. Although when i did get them on he took them kind of okay. He had a funny walk, like a high stepping walk. base on the size chart I got a medium, but they do tend to fall off as we are walking. so, could be I need a smaller size?? but at this price not really worth it to get the smaller size only to maybe discover it's too small.... I've never had booties for any of my dogs in the past. Now i know why... Maybe if there was a version where you could wrap it around the paw and leg opposed to the slip on. ??? would i recommend this maybe. no maybe yes depends.
I measured my dogs feet to ensure I getting the right size and they ended up being too big on her - ended up donating them to our local shelter as figured maybe they or someone else could use them - not sure if my tape measure was wonky or what but they are nicely made.
They give him desperately needed traction on wood floors...his confidence seems to be back!
I have tried the shorter version of dog booties and they tend to come off easily. These booties fit better (though they run much larger than the shorter versions you see) and stay on beautifully. I'm very pleased with this purchase.
Great concept. However, my dog got to wear them once. During the second time wearing them the buckle broke. Disappointing for the amount of money. We live in a hot desert climate and I really need something to protect her paws for hot surfaces but that are also splash friendly for the sprinkler or if she wants to swim in her doggy pool.
They were made nicely. Although my 75lb senior pup had a difficult time with them. They need to be softer and more flexible.
I got this for my elderly pit pull who was starting to have difficulty walking on the hardwood floors. She was slipping a lot and I was hoping these would help her get traction. They weren't too difficult to get on but they were definitely better suited for her front paw (she had a front leg amputated so she only has one front foot). The pack paws are shaped a little differently so these slipped down and would spin around. The spinning wouldn't be an issue if there was the grip on the top of the boot as well. The slipping of the boot on the back paws made her trip. There were no issues with the boot on her front foot. It stayed well.
Bought these for my GSD who has an autoimmune disorder and his back feet were blistered. These allowed him to walk and run while they healed. He didn't mind them. Of course you can't leave them unattended because he will chew them. We only used them when we were with him or when he had a cone on. If you totally undo the velcro, the feet will slip in easily and all the way. Just a little tricky to tie up the velcro if they are in squirmy-worm mode. Bought extra large for 80lb GSD. Measure as instructed and you should be fine.