Product Feature – Pawz Dog Boots

The Pawz dog boots are a great multi-purpose dog boot, ideal to keep in your veterinary kit for unexpected paw injuries or to be used on your dog as a preventative measure where rough ground might damage your dogs’ paws. I have used them on my dogs for a number of years now for both purposes and found them to be very good value for money as they are re-usable and tend to last for half a dozen uses before they tear. Each box contains 12 of the boots and they come in 5 standard sizes on our website, with 2 tiny sizes available on request.

Pawz boots can be used for both injuries and to prevent damage to your dogs' pads where the ground may be rough

The Pawz dog boots look similar to a balloon with a tight top

The boots are unusual because they are made from tough waterproof rubber and resemble a balloon to look at. They have quite a tight, narrow top which has to be stretched over the dogs’ paw but once in place are very difficult to slide off, unlike some other boots we have tried in the past.

The only drawback of the boots is that they cannot be used for long lengths of time as dogs lose heat through their paws and so you shouldn’t leave the Pawz boots on for prolonged periods of time.

Tegan demonstrating the use of the Pawz boots to protect an injury - Photo copyright Chris Clark

Tegan demonstrating the use of the Pawz boots to protect an injury – Photo copyright Chris Clark

Judo demonstrating the use of boots for protection on rough surfaces - Photo copyright of Chillpics

Judo demonstrating the use of boots for protection on rough surfaces – Photo copyright of Chillpics

One of the biggest advantages of the Pawz boots is that because they are very natural feeling when on your dogs’ paws, the dogs tend to adjust to them better than other boots which can be bulky and therefore these boots can suit dogs who don’t otherwise run very well in the more solid dog boots.

For more information on the boots or to purchase, visit: http://www.k9trailtime.com/shop/pawz-dog-boots.html

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