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PetSugar Street Team: Neo-Paws Keep Paws Good As New

If your dog's trudging through snow or scampering on icy sidewalks treated with salt, it's important to keep their paw pads protected. Granted this can look a bit silly to nondog owners, but it's important since the lime-rock or calcium chloride melts are poisonous to pets. Shoes prevent the risk of a pup cutting or licking his feet, but I can tell you from experience, it's hard to find ones that stay on! If you're in the market for a new set, the ones Reuben wears here come personally recommended by the Goldendoodle's human mom, Beaner, who says:

My husband did a bunch of research and other booties seemed too short. These Neo-Paws Regular Performance Dog Shoes ($34 and up per pair) have a long strip of velcro you can wrap around the dog's legs. They take a little more effort to get them on, but they're so worth it.

I'm happy knowing this pup's protected and love hearing firsthand reviews of your pets' product picks. If you've got great things to say about your furry friends' fave items, keep sharing them with PetSugar's Street Team!

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cdmeggers cdmeggers 8 years
will definitely have to check these out! I ordered dog booties from, but they don't stay on my dog's feet all that well, despite the velcro. Even just walking, he manages to kick them off anyway.
runnergeek runnergeek 8 years
reuben is too cute! uh yeah..max would never go for the booties. but they are definitely cute.
hanako66 hanako66 8 years
he is so cute! we don't have snow here in southern california, but these would be great for Bailey because mud gets stuck in her long fur on walks and I end up bathing her several times per week!
Beaner Beaner 8 years
These booties really are the greatest - Worth every penny!
Ellenora Ellenora 8 years
Reuben looks so cute in his boots. We don't use salt out on our back porch for this reason. We shovel a little path for Zena from the door to the lawn and the lawn has some paths shoveled so she doesn't fall into the snow. We try to shovel when the snow is still new. Zena hates anything on her paws so this is an effective approach.
snarkypants snarkypants 8 years
awwww reuben looks so cute in his little boots!
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