4.60 rating based on 5 reviews
Pawz Dog Boots are awful
I did not attempt to put these on my dog. I could have bought a whole bunch of balloons instead. I returned them, USPS says they were delivered, but I never got a refund.
Surprisingly, these balloon boots work pretty well for giving older, arthritic dogs much-needed traction. They let my old, gimpy dogs walk on the pergot hard flooring without slipping and sliding like Bambi on a frozen pond.
These dog boots are of good quality and colorful, but we find them difficult for one person to put on our dog, who does not seem to mind wearing them but who does not like the putting-on process. Unfortunately, because of this, we do not use them as much as I would like. On a better note, though, we gave one set to our daughter to use on her Sheltie, who is more mature and not quite as wiggly as our hound, and she has used them with great success.
Stays on but at a cost
Stays on but hard to stretch the opening wide enough to fit over the dog's foot. Concern is that leaving on the dog too long will cut off circulation.
from Ventura, CA01/24/2013
I used them for snow on my littlest Aussie. I like the fact that they come in a six pack and they're inexpensive because I have yet to get through one hike without having at least one boot come off and get lost.
Way too short, more than one inch of snow was too much. Also way too tight at the top.
LOVE the disposable booties!
We LOVE, LOVE, LOVE the disposable booties! Edgar (the Basset Hound) accepts the boots. They are the best?easiest.
A bit tough to get on the first time. I have a 100 lb gsd with good sized paws. Once she got the hang of it she was fine and it provided great protection from the snow salt and cold. Highly recommend.