|Breed Size||Giant Breeds||Large Breeds||Large Breeds, Giant Breeds||Large Breeds||Giant Breeds|
|Health Feature||Paw Care||Paw Care||First Aid||—||Calming, First Aid, Itch & Redness Remedy, Recovery|
I am very appreciative that Chewy has been so cooperative and accommodating as I tried to find the right size for my 150- lb Great Pyrenees, but this boot does not stay securely on his paw very well regardless of size. He broke his dewclaw and needed something to cover the area when went anywhere aside from sidewalk. This product successfully did that, but kept slipping down as he walked. It is good for short periods, but as we kept walking the foot portion would begin flapping and my dog would start to walk on the unprotected, fabric- only leg portion of the boot. He seems to be in between a medium and large size, with the medium seeming to fit better (though we kept the large to give his paw more room). We originally purchased an XL, which was enormous even for my giant dog.
My Sheltie was born with no toes on her hind paw. She had a splinter that abscessed and exploded before the vet could remove. I used these to cover bandages, a hamster tube, to protect the foot while healing. A year later, I use the X-Small Yellow to provide protection as needed. I tried many sizes due to varying bandages. This boot kept her from an amputation.
The product shipped the next day, which was great! The dimensions and sizing I felt were weird, thought. My dog is 70 lbs and his paw width fits in an xsmall. Other than that it works well! It slips down a little, but that's to be expected.
My vet recommended this boot for my dog while healing from an injured paw. Works great and stays on like advertised. I would definitely use it again.
I have a 97 lb Lab. I bought the XL and L And M The XL could fit a human soo big and long. The L was same and the M was was too big. I was able to get credit for them and donating them to an Animal Hospital.
I ordered this for my one year old lab who fractured her leg. It kept her splint clean and dry but did not last as long as it should for the price. Over the course of four weeks we went through two Medipaws. The stitching around the paw began to fray after about a week and at two weeks the boot was leaking. I replaced it and the new one is starting to fray. The stitching needs to be more durable.
I had high hope this would be the solution to prevent my dog from licking her leg. Sadly, it didn’t stay on
This is not a boot. It's a bootie with padding under the paw. A boot is supportive, this is not. It comes off just like a sock which she can come out of very easily. I'm very disappointed and a little irritated I paid this much for a bootie.
Our poor pup had been in a cone for a couple of months while we tried to diagnose a cyst on his toe. He ultimately had to have the toe removed so in anticipation of another month in the cone we decided to try this boot to give him some relief. It really helped his mood to be free of the cone! It was great to protect the bandage on our short walks as well while he healed. That being said, the plastic piece that tightens and loosens the elastic at the top broke after about 2 weeks. The fabric is also ripping near the bottom of the boot. Our pup is back in the cone now since the bandages are off, the boot is too wide now anyway without those bandages! So the boot was a great option but I wish it had held up a little longer, especially for the price.
My dog would not leave his bandaged paw alone. Put this on and he could not get to his bandage and gave up. His foot stayed dry and healed well. When the vet saw the Medipaw on his foot he said these work great. It has been added to our pet medical box. We will be ready the next time he steps on a bee.