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Pawz For Soggy Paws

When I picked North up yesterday at Wag, I browsed in their retail shop and scoped these Pawz. Dog booties help protect feet from salt, chemicals, and sand but can be pricey for pooches that have other things in mind . . . like refusing to walk or using the shoe as a chew toy. While velcro booties are easy to keep on even the wiliest doggie paws, these biodegradable, waterproof options look like a great alternative. Purchase in packs of 12 (for $12), and reuse or dispose after each outdoor adventure.

Pups that walk with silly horse-clodding footsteps with traditional booties should love these because their lightweight rubber material is super-thin, bends with paws, and lets them still feel the ground they're walking on. Be very careful as with any item you place near or on your dog – place it out of pet's grasp as soon as they are removed to prevent sneaky chewing. Fear not pups large and small, Pawz come in five sizes from Chihuahuas to Great Danes.


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Alisha_Stiletto Alisha_Stiletto 9 years
These seem interesting. Id try these In Chihuahua size of course
PrincessTracy PrincessTracy 9 years
My other two are fine, but my Beagle won't even go out in the rain...even with her coat and hood on! I need to get her these...
MandyJoBo MandyJoBo 9 years
Ice melter is a serious concern for animal paws. Ignorant people don't bother finding something safer and more ecological. They sell something at Petco called SafePaws and it works great. I worry about doggy feets. :(
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