Pawz Waterproof Dog Boots, Purple, Large

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Description

Pawz is the world’s only disposable and reusable, waterproof dog boot. Pawz boots 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.

Key Benefits

  • Pawz are designed to go on easily and fit securely without zippers or straps
  • Booties are made from natural rubber that are environmentally friendly and 100% percent biodegradable
  • Protect your pup from ice, snow, salt, lawn chemicals and hot surfaces
  • A great way to help your pooch with traction control or prevent licking and biting from allergies
  • 12 booties come in a package and each can be worn several times

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  • Item Number
    71794
  • Made in
    United States
  • Material
    Rubber

Size

Please measure carefully before ordering. For the best fit, measure from the bottom of the big heel pad to the tip of the longest nail. If the paw is between two sizes, select the larger size.

Size Paw Length
Tiny up to 1 inch
XX-Small 1 to 1.5 inches
X-Small 1.5 to 2 inches
Small 2 to 2.5 inches
Medium 2.5 to 3 inches
Large 3 to 4 inches
X-Large 4 to 5 inches

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  • These boots do the job

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    Yes, these are essentially heavy duty specially shaped "party balloons". However, they fit well and our dog does not mind wearing them after a short period to get used to them. No, they will not be as durable as purpose made boots with a thick rubber sole. The pluses are, the sizing is not as critical with the Pawz boots. We tried to find actual boots, and could not get any that were large enough. These work well in snowy/salt conditions and are holding up well. I don't think they would last long if they were worn on hard pavement that was only wet. Obviously, you need to remove them as soon as you get inside but there is no evidence of "cutting off circulation".

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  • Disappointed

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    These booties work pretty well once you get them on except for the fact that it is extremely difficult To get them on. You almost need two people, or three hands, one to hold up the paw and another to use two hands to open up the top of the bootie and try to cram in the paw without the top of the bootie snapping shut. My dog is very compliant but if a dog squirmed around even a little it would be near impossible to get them on. Also once they were finally on they were extremely tight around my dogs ankles which caused her discomfort after awhile. I tired the bigger size which loosened up the ankle but then they popped off in the snow or mud. That said one they are on they do help keep the snow These booties work pretty well once you get them on except for the fact that it is extremely difficult To get them on. You almost need two people, or three hands, one to hold up the paw and another to use two hands to open up the top of the bootie and try to cram in the paw without the top of the bootie snapping shut. My dog is very compliant but if a dog squirmed around even a little it would be near impossible to get them on. Also once they were finally on they were extremely tight around my dogs ankles which caused her discomfort after awhile. I tired the bigger size which loosened up the ankle but then they popped off in the snow or mud. That said one they are on they do help keep the snow from freezing the paws. … more

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  • Purple feet work

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    When the temperatures get below zero, our Husky-mix pup would not want to walk more than a few feet without holding up one paw or the other. Musher’s Secret helps, but the booties proved essential for sub-zero. Once she has them on, she is good to go and forgets that she has them on. Getting them on quickly takes some practice, and having two people makes it easy - one to steady the dog and the other to stretch out the bootie and put it on over the paw. Also, getting the right size bootie is essential for paw comfort and any notion of re-use.

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  • Works well, not easy to get on

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    Our Brittany is about 47 pounds. He runs and hunts mice/moles/squirrels in the woods. We are using these to aid with the freezing temps and to avoid ice build-up in his paws. For this, they work great. He has lost a few of them, but he's very active. It's easier for us if two people work together to put them on and yes, they are tight. I'm glad they are tight, it's what keeps them on. Now that he's used to them, they don't bother him at all. Wish I could order more, but it's out of stock!! They are available on Overstock for $20. I'll wait.

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  • Pawz Waterproof Dog Boots

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    Hands down the best dog shoes on the market, & we have tried almost all of them! These have helped our dog so much with his allergies. We have now used them for several years. We love using them in the winter time also, as his feet are protected against the elements. We have never had an issue with putting them on, & they can be reused several times before putting on a new pair. We truly love these booties!

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  • Lasted two weeks

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    My dog absolutely hated these as they are a rubber like material and fit very tightly around the leg. If she ran in the snow they would rip. I bought these for temporary use until i could get a pair of quality boots but all the pairs the package came with lasted two weeks. I know you get what you pay for but I expected them to last longer.

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  • Great for cold pavement

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    It hasn't been over 20 degrees in a week and these boots have really helped. My two labs still get their daily walks because of these. Without boots they can only be out a maximum of 10 minutes. It does take two people to put them on though. My only complaint is they don't last very long; only a few walks and they get tears.

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  • NOT USEABLE !

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    These looked great, so I ordered them for my average size Lab...the foot size is accurate, but the top that grips the dogs ankle is so tight that it could cut off a small dogs circulation...There is no way these can be OK for your dog...Disappointed because they looked very promising, since most dog boots do not work...

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  • good for short walks

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    these work well for my greyhounds. they are rather difficult to put on until you get used to it. best when the dog is laying down.my dogs would start limping almost immediately in single digit temps, and this did the trick. reusable, but subject to damage if running on pavement. low cost was a bonus.

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  • Good for indoors and outdoors

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    We use Pawz boots for our senior Boxer with spinal stenosis. He has trouble with his back feet sliding out to his sides, while using his mobility cart. These give him added traction on the wood floors indoors and prevent him from cutting his feet on the concrete outdoors. We do have to remove them after he lays down or they cut into his paws if left on.

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