Pawz Rubber Boots
If your dog has sensitive paws or is recovering from a paw injury, these Pawz dog boots are a superb way to help them stay active.
How it works
Because these boots are easy to slip on, and cover the paw like a sock, your dog will hardly notice they're there. They allow them the full range of motion they would normally enjoy, but offer added protection for their sensitive pads or injured paws.
The lightweight rubber is also waterproof, which means there's no risk of infection if they do have injuries that are healing. The material will also stop their pads from getting burnt on hot concrete, and give them added grip in the winter when it's snowy or frosty. There are 12 boots per pack. These items are also fully biodegradable.
- fully biodegradable for peace of mind
- 12 boots per pack
- tough but lightweight rubber
- allows your dog full motion as normal
- reusable for a number of days
- easy to slip on for stress-free fitting
When to use it
Keeping your pet active if they have very sensitive paws or an injury that needs to heal can be a problem. No matter how much they might want to go and have a run in the park or walk with you around the block, the pain or risk of infection is a serious barrier. These boots give you an elegant and practical solution to the problem. Because they're completely self-contained, there's minimal risk of infection if they have an injury, and sensitive pads will be protected.
Lack of exercise can have mental as well as physical implications for your dog, so speak to your vet about ways to keep them active if they have trouble with their feet. They could recommend trying these boots.
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Doggy bootsUse these balloon to protect my dogs back paws as he has a spinal injury and knuckles all the time. Whilst they are a bit tricky to get on they do the job. I use talcum powder to make them more pliable in gettinv them on
Pawz reusable bootsI got the 3" as my dogs paw is less than 3", but could not get it on as the opening is far to small, so I would recommend that you order a size larger than you think that you need. Apart from that I imagine that they are a good idea, which sadly I was unable to put into practice.
The best thing since sliced breadAfter battling with a very energetic pup who cut his foot on glass and needed staples. We were told for 3 weeks we needed to apply boots, shoes and plastic bags just to keep it clean and dry when we walked him. Finally after 10 days we have discovered pawz which we have been putting on just for walk over his small bandage (which is now a child's sock and medical tape). They have saved so much stress for myself and my dog by having such a quick solution. I wish I knew about these beforehand!!!
I recently used when my dog cut two paws on some glass. The ground was sandy and these were great to pop on either 'over a bandaged paw' to keep it dry/provide a bit more cover/stay dry. Also used just to pop on over the paw 'without the bandage' to keep it clean on walks (although be aware that the dog's paw may sweat a bit, so ensure you remove when you can. Because of the 'balloon type neck' they stay on/grip the dogs ankle. Good quality/reusable. Small enough to keep a couple in the car/pocket/bag