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Pawz Waterproof Dog Boots, Red, Small, 12 count

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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
    71790
  • 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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Customer Reviews
66 Reviews 66 Reviews 3.8 out of 5 Stars

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79% of reviewersrecommend this product

3.8 / 5

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  • Best dog boots

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    I have tried many boots for snow on my Shih Tzu. These are the only ones that have worked for us. They are not that easy to get on but once they are on, they stay on and protect my dogs feet from ice and salt during snowy wintery walks. To put them on I found if you insert your thumbs and kind of roll them up, then insert the tip of the dogs foot and unroll them onto his foot, it works.

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  • Paws boots

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    These boots are great, have used them before. I use them in winter for older dogs on their hind legs if the yard is iced over to help with grip. Also in extreme cold when they have to potty and stand in one place for too long. They also help dogs with bad back legs or degenerative myopathy to walk and stand on wood or linoleum floors!

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  • Red Balloons

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    I actually thought these were boots made of rubber, they are just thick rubber balloons. They work generally but I have to keep my dog from chewing on them. Better than nothing when it rains to prevent mud, but know what you're getting. If you're okay with that, fine. I think they should have been cheaper, but it rains a lot lately and I rather this than mud on my rug.

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  • Good Idea, sweaty paws

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    They work as advertised but be warned, don't leave them on too long, or your dogs paws will smell. I wonder if vent holes would help. But they did help our ole dog get up and move around much better.

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  • Keeping floors clean

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    Jasper loves to take his morning walk down by the water on a dirt road; however, with his very furry toes they turn into mud balls and it is very diffucult during the rainy season to just wipe off and we end up having to have a quick bath constantly....so these little "rubbers" are working very well to keep his paws clean.

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  • Perfect for healing paw pads

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    Josie's paw pad ripped after playing too hard at the park and with all the rain I didn't want mud and everything else to get in the wound when she went outside. They were very easy to stretch and put on, and i even was able to put baby socks on underneath for added comfort. She adjusted to them very quickly. When she's healed I'm considering using these for her rougher days out.

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  • Protects paws with minimum of adjustment

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    Our dog does not like something on his feet. We haven't found a traditional boot that he doesn't fight wearing. The Pawz boot is perfect. It protects his feet and he doesn't hate the feel of wearing them. Wish there was some type of coating on the underside which allowed longevity when walking outside on concrete or the street. Good buy!

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  • These boots are a Godsend!

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    I can easily get them on. My dog will wear them and can't take them off. Obviously they have to be the correct size or they won't stay on. They are like mini balloons with a wide end for the paw and a tight mouth that holds it on their leg. My dog is a westie/shih tzu mix (17-18 lbs) and she wears size small and they stay on just fine. My dog can feel the ground and walk but she isn't limping from the salt. And I don't have to clean up the mud!

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  • Balloon Boots

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    Ballon Boots is what I call these boots. They fit my min pin of course I struggled with him to get them on. Funny thing is he found a way to get them off ha ha ha. He jumped on the couch and wiped his feet till they cam off. Nice boots as long as you get him outside before he gets them off.

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  • Hard to put on

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    I feel like these boots will work great, but it is a struggle to put them on my struggling puppy. The sound that the rubber makes when I stretch the boot drivers her mad! I think I just need to get her used to them some more and she might learn to like them. This is a learning experience for both of us.

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