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» Pawz, Natural Rubber Dog Boots
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» Before you write a review...
by BostonBullMama Wed Sep 03, 2014 4:23 pm
Would you recommend 'Pawz, Natural Rubber Dog Boots' ?
I was directed to 'Pawz' by other dog owners when the standard doggie boots just weren't working for me.
The texture of these boots are much like a balloon, they're rubbery - so there's plenty of grip, and the opening is smaller than most boots I've seen, but stretches.
They are a little difficult to put on a wiggly dog, but once they are on they stay put and don't appear to cause the dog any discomfort. Toby - who is not used to walking with things on his feet, really did not even begin walking funny after putting the boots on.
I allowed him to roam around the house a little bit in them, and then took him out onto the patio to see if they made any difference in how he acted out there when it was cold. He appeared to be quite comfortable and walked out normally and sat down to watch the people walking around below. The Pawz also didn't twist or get in the way of him taking steps.
Overall, I do like this product and I look forward to seeing how they work for Toby when the snow has fallen and the salt comes out. I would recommend Pawz to other dog owners.
I rated them 3/5 stars simply because we haven't seen their performance in the snow as of yet.
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