Ultra Paws Durable Dog Boots, 4 count
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- Durable, high-quality dog boots are the perfect all-purpose protector in wet or dry, hot or cold conditions.
- Patented design features water-resistant nylon with a high-grip, flexible thermoplastic coating on the toe and sole.
- An ideal solution to help senior dogs and those with hip conditions maintain traction on hardwood and tile floors.
- Dual fuzzy fastener closures with foam pad inserts provide a snug, comfortable fit, with extra protection for both the fronts and backs of his ankles.
- Set of four boots is available in two colors and six sizes to protect the paws of almost all canine companions.
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Better than I thought
fantastic service from Chewy! I ordered these on Tuesday afternoon and received them on Wednesday afternoon. Max has used them three times so far and no complaints. a little hard to get on but otherwise they do the job. so far they stay on if put on correctly. Long term , we will have to see.
you need to know this
This is the 4th pair of Ultra Paws I've purchased for my Standard Poodle. What you need to know is how to repair holes on the soles caused by toenails running booted over asphalt. There is a product called "Shoe Goo" that works beautifully. It's available at most hardware stores (red tube with white lettering). Pluses of the Ultra Paws include padded protection inside the boots underlying the straps, machine washability and double straps. They do not hinder his agility nor has he ever come up lame after wearing them. Living in Northern Arizona, these are a must for protection from stickers and heat.
I was skeptical
we live in the Phoenix area and the pavement gets extremely hot in the summer months and my Husky Charlie needs some protection. These fit as advertised, they are something that my dog had to get used to when walking but after a two tries he was running in them like they were not even on. It actually comical watching him walk on them at first but the transition was a quick one. Charlie's paws protected and they will protect yours after they get used to walking in them. Very happy with these
We measured before we bought but they were still far too big for our yorkie poo. Didn’t stay on longer than a few minutes and they were a pain to put on.
11 outta 10
These boots have been thro you no what and back. They stay on thro hard core running and there still in lovely shape the only meh I have about the item is the velcro strap after so long is starting to curl a bit other wise perfect!!
Durable and perfect.
These boots are great. Our poodle is VERY active (chasing rabbits, digging under slate, running up and down ravines in snow, slush, mud and rocks) and after one week of use, they are like brand new (except for the dirt). They dry quickly and are easy to put on and STAY on! Yay. As for size, I paid attention to others who said they ran small, and I should have bought true to size. They are slightly large for her.
Neck too narrow
They need to put elastic into the neck opening-impossible to comfortably get a paw into the booty. I even tried the XL-the neck is still too narrow. Seem durable but the narrow neck is a design flaw.
I just bought our 4th pair
These are the best for my cocker mix pup. We live were there is snow cover 6 moths of the year and she won’t go out when it’s below 10F without her feet covered. They are stiff at first but they stay on and soften up after a loop around the block. My only two complaints are that the soles get holes by the end of the winter so they have to be replaced every year, and they don’t dry very fast so they kind of smelly.
These are the ONLY boots that stay on!
We’ve been buying these boots for years and they’re the only ones that stay on! We have a terrier/whippet and a jack russel/italian grayhound. They both have thin ankles and we’ve tried several types of boots and they always fell off. The Ultra Paws stay in because they have foam pads on the inside above the ankles and with the two velcro straps (one going clockwise and the other going counter clockwise around their ankles) they stay on! The flexible vinyl used for the base allows for the dogs to “feel” their surfaces. There are a two negatives. If the boots are used on hard surfaces (i.e. streets, sidewalks, rough surfaces) and your dog shuffles, like one of ours, it will shorten the length of the vinyl base, walking surface. Our dogs wear the boots in snow, so they can last up to two Minnesota winters. We use Shoe Goo to fill in any cracks and tears. The other negative is the velcro straps fray rather quickly. The price point is great (I’ve pain north of $90 for a set that have been used once because they kept falling off). I would 100% recommend them!
Size is an issue
I like the shoes, they look like they will be very sturdy. They are stiff but the top is well padded. My problem is the size chart is misleading. My dogs foot is 2.5 inches a small should fit. It doesn't. The boot is 3 inches across there is no extra room for "depth". If your dogs foot is a quarter of an inch thick or flat as a piece of paper they might fit. My dogs feet are .75 - 1 inch thick. I'm not sure a wider shoe is going to be better but I'm willing to give it a try, just need to figure out how much bigger I'll need.