PAWZ dog boots took another look at dog boot design and came up with something different – their eco-friendly, disposable, reusable, waterproof natural rubber boots look like flat balloons in the package, and are made like socks! PAWZ boots stay up on the dog’s legs and are easy to put on and remove. They keep paws clean, dry and protect them from the elements and chemicals used to keep streets clear of ice and snow. $12 for 12 boots (3 sets of 4). Wow – I paid $50 for the boots that make my dog walk like a well-known Monty Python skit… Listen to what Carol Bryant shares in our video:
Thanks for the boot review! My Human is thinking of getting me some boots to wear when it snows or when my allergies to grass flair in the spring and summer.
Y'all come by now,
Hawk aka BrownDog
They are inexpensive enough that I'd be willing to give them a try. I've had bad luck with dog boots in the past -- expensive ones that fall off and get lost. Mostly, they've been held on by velcro.
Actually, the best luck I've had so far is duct-taping a sock to my dog's foot. The duct tape doesn't contact the dog's hair, holds the sock on tight, and protects the bottom of the dog's foot from injury. http://www.fetchmasters.com