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Winter boot suggestions

Discussion in 'Products & Equipment' started by Boss, Dec 13, 2015.

  1. Boss

    Boss Little Dog

    My dog has really sensitive paws, even if it goes just a bit below 0, she lifts her paws up signalling to me it's too cold! lol. I use to have the kind with the rubber soles, but we lost 1 so they became useless, and the pet store I got them from has since closed. I have tried baby socks, they are fine for normal walks, but when she ends up running they always end up falling off, and I eventually lose them in the snow.

    Basically I'm looking for something that will stay on when she's running. What do you use?
  2. BCdogs

    BCdogs Good Dog Super Moderator

    I've yet to find a boot that has stayed on while my dogs are running and playing. Good luck! Lol
  3. kayla baxter

    kayla baxter Big Dog

    I've used muttluks and ultra paws rugged boots and I've never lost a boot. The only time boots come off is when they're not done up tight enough. I'm using canine equipment ultimate trail boots now and love them. They also sell single boots if one is lost.

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  4. ergumflurgle

    ergumflurgle Puppy

    River does fine until the temperature drops to less than 5 degrees. We've had some cold spikes though, so I was looking for booties for her. I ordered through amazon and got her some from the brand "my busy dog" they have a hard waterproof sole, and two straps to help keep them from falling off. One fell off once, but she was shaking it and trying to kick it off, and she has extremely thin delicate leg bones so the straps had some difficulty tightening all the way. But definitely the most secure I've seen so far. She was able to ignore them and just run once we got out and started.

    But, when looking up what product I had ordered, it looks like Amazon is out of stock right now. So I'm not sure how much help this will be to you!
  5. shelbadooba

    shelbadooba Puppy

    I'm not sure where they get them but all the sled dogs in Alaska have booties and they stay on pretty well. Might be worth looking into.
  6. Savage Destiny

    Savage Destiny Big Dog

    Ultra Paws Durable dogs boots. I've had my 2 sets for 4 years now and I've yet to lose a boot. Even when Melon ran around in mud so deep it sucked my shoes off.

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