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Too bad dogs didn't have built in paws for inclement weather.

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What. The. fark.
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Too bad dogs didn't have built in paws for inclement weather.

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I don't about this brand, but it's about keeping their feet clean and protecting their feet. Dogs are tough, and can handle a lot, but they can get injured. If the dog's inside or in your backyard, it's usually not a problem, they can deal with whatever is there. But take a dog to the park, or out for a walk, where you could encounter anything on the ground and it's a good idea to have protection.
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Coudnt get it to work for other colors... But bought the red for $6, thanks!
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Chew proof?
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Looks like they used microsoft paint to put the shoes on the dog
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A lot of the ice-melt products are tough on dog pads, so these can be handy in winter for city-dogs.
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Too bad dogs didn't have built in paws for inclement weather.

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Must be some new kind of millennial/hipster breed that cant handle cold feet.
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I've tried dog boots in the past but they are so inconvenient. Although primarily it is to keep their feet clean, our dogs feet do get cold, you can tell when they hold their feet up in the air off the ice/snow. My dogs are indoor and pampered but they get cold.
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I don't know. my wife's a veterinarian and we have a handful of sissy-boy house dogs and live in Minnesota. We've tried a handful of these types of booties and they never stay on, either they fall off or the dogs freak out about having them on their feet so bad we just take them off.
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Must be some new kind of millennial/hipster breed that cant handle cold feet.
Lol, we found the guy who watches a lot of fox news
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Ok I actually bought some of these once when my dog had a decent size cut on his foot and I wanted to keep it protected/clean for a bit while it healed up. That was the theory anyway. He removed the shoe within 10 seconds of my securing it to his foot. Just grabbed it with his teeth and pulled it off.
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I only see the thumbs up and thumbs down buttons. Where's the "LOL!!"?

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I'll stick to Ruffwear, a US-based company HQ'd in Bend, Oregon. Their shoes are a proven product. Been using them for the past 9 years on my dogs. Quality made and lasts for a very long time!
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