If you’re looking for a product that will protect your dog’s feet from the elements, be it the hot pavement, salty ground post-snowfall, or puddles of water after a rain shower, then you may be interested in the Pawz Water-Proof Dog Boot.
The Pawz Water-Proof Dog Boot is the only disposable and reusable water-proof dog boot, as it is made from natural rubber. For those who are concerned about the rubber when it is thrown away, you can rest assured by knowing that the boots are 100% biodegradable. Notable features of the product include:
One packet of the Pawz Water-Proof Dog Boot contains 12 booties, which is enough for three sets, which all the boots can be worn multiple times. Unlike booties with a hard sole and Velcro, you don’t have to worry about their paw’s movement as they run around because the Pawz Water-Proof Dog Boot act more like a sock, thus giving their feet free range of motion.
When we looked at the user reviews, we saw that 60% had great things to say about the ride on and left 4 or 5-star reviews. Of these reviews, people commented on how great the product was for winter conditions.
Customers with dogs that have long hair in between their toes were thankful for these because they were able to take their dog’s outside in the snow without any problems or having to lick their paws to get the compacted snow and salt out from between their toes.
So what did the remaining 40% of customers who left 3-star or below reviews have to say? The most common complaint customers had was that their dog’s nails poked through the boot. One customer remedied this by putting duct tape on the outside of the boot, which worked.
Other costumers likened the boots to large balloons because they felt the rubber was too flimsy. Another complaint customers had regarding the boots was that upon checking with their vet to see if the boots were okay to use, the vet said no, and that the top will constrict the dog’s feet too much, cutting off blood flow.
The Pawz Water-Proof Dog Boot are affordable, at for basically 3 sets of booties. They seem to work well for keeping the elements, salt, and water from harming your dog’s feet.