As I previously posted, I’m currently a City Dog (just for a couple of weeks).
Not having a backyard is one of the disadvantages.
I have to walk on sidewalks. It’s been cold and snowing so the sidewalks are salted.
Due to my allergies and for safety reasons, I have to wear dog boots.
I really don’t have a say in this case, a Dog Boots is a “must” for me to wear.
There are variety of dog boots but my mom selected PAWZ.
Here I am the first time I wore my Purple PawZ Boots …
strutting in the snow and salty city sidewalk.
It’s not uncomfortable.
It has a traction control that helps on slippery snow and/or icy grounds.
I am seriously getting the hang of walking on cemented/brick sidewalks wearing my PawZ.
PawZ Dog Boots are made of waterproof natural rubber.
In each package there comes 12 boots= 3 sets of boots.
It’s great that it is reusable. It can be easily rinsed with water after each use.
It’s been a week since I used Paws Boots and I’m doing well with it.
My peeps have learned some techniques on how to put it on my paws, it is not my favorite.
I think its one reason many dog owners that have bought/tried Pawz give up.
Hope these tips/suggestions are helpful.
How to Put PawZ Boots on Your Dog’s Paw
1) Stretch the top (opening) really wide.
At first it is very hard to stretch but its made of rubber and its flexible. Hold the stretch.
It’s great if you really have a big hand just like my dad (hands above).
2) Grab the paw. (very tricky, just have to do a trial an error which works well).
3) Slip in the PawZ.
4) Always praise your dog while putting on the PawZ.
5) Provide enough Time and requires lots of Patience.
Don’t give up. It gets easier and easier putting on PawZ .
PawZ has been a part of my outside winter routine.
Suggested Dog Positions to Put on the PawZ Boots
1) Stand position between your human’s legs.
Human’s have a better grip to hold the dog’s paw and slip on PawZ.
This is a fun position mom taught me. It’s the position we often use.
2) Lying on the floor. I call it a silly position.
3) Siting/lying down on the couch, my favorite position.
PawZ is washable. You don’t need to dispose it on just one use.
Well, depending how dirty it is. Just make sure you use your best judgment as PawZ is washable.
My mom washes them every time I use it and wipe/air dry it.
(If you wash/rinse it, make sure check the inside for water.)
One thing my mom learned and wished she did first was to let me try PawZ indoors.
She suggests to put on Pawz and let your dog walk around the house with it.
In the beginning, I had a hop in my walk … mom said it was a funny walk.
Also a very important reminder, make sure your dog’s nails are properly trimmed.
Probably your thinking, “My dog would never wear any rubber reusable dog boots.”
Wearing protective dog footwear is very important especially if your dog has allergies and for protection from harmful chemicals on the ground.
It’s currently winter and helpful for walking on snow, salty sidewalks and frost bites.
The PawZ boots is like a sock and once it’s on it’s on.
Your dog will have full motion of movement and will have a safe time outdoors.
I give PawZ waterproof rubber dog boots 4 Golden Paws.
Golden Happy to recommend it.
We’ve seen many small/medium dogs wearing Pawz not many large dogs.
I get lots of compliments and lookers while strutting in the city wearing my Purple PawZ Boots.
Lots of Golden L♥VE n Woofs
I’m joining this post to Monday Mischief as I can be mischievous
putting on my PawZ especially when I am lying down on the couch.