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Friday Fetch: All Dog Boots

11 Jan Posted by in Friday Fetch | 5 comments
Friday Fetch: All Dog Boots

Winter is here, and it has me thinking…..maybe I need some snow boots? Winter can be harsh on dog paws, especially with all the salt & snow on the ground. Now although I’ve never tried them before, I’ve rounded up a few boot styles from the All Dog Boots shop that I think look promising, even for stubby little dachshund feet.

Friday Fetch // All Dog Boots // Ammo the Dachshund

Pawz Disposable Rubber Boots :

  • Disposable, reusable, waterproof and earth friendly
  • Protects from snow, rain, salt, sand, hot pavement and many other irritants
  • Easy on/off and fits securely without zippers or straps.
  • Natural-feeling boot that bends with your dogs paw
  • Veterinarian recommended
  • Beautiful colors to enhance your dog’s stylish look
  • Pawz dog boots come 12 in a package and each boot may be worn many times.

Friday Fetch // All Dog Boots // Ammo the Dachshund

Waterproof Dog Rain & Snow Boots:

  • Dog snow and dog rain boots in waterproof neoprene with zipper, Velcro and drawstring closure
  • Drawstring with cord lock at the top of the ankle will ensure dry paws
  • Rugged, durable and strong winter dog boots for even the harshest weather
  • Adjustable Velcro ankle straps keep boots fit and secure
  • Non-skid rubber sole with super flexibility and movement will keep your dog grounded

Friday Fetch // All Dog Boots // Ammo the Dachshund

Guardian Gear All Weather Dog Boots:

  • Breathable, water-repellent nylon fabric waterproof dog booties feature stretchable ribbed knit cuffs and a Velcro strap
  • Durable and comfortable all-weather protection
  • Velcro straps keeps rain or dog snow booties snug and secure and ribbed knit cuffs add comfort
  • Reflective strips increase night time visibility
  • Tough, abrasive-resistant vinyl sole and toe protection

Friday Fetch // All Dog Boots // Ammo the Dachshund

Musher’s Secret Pet Paw Protector Wax:

If you have one of those dogs that just can’t stand to wear anything on their feet, then you might want to check out Musher’s Secret Paw Protector Wax. Available on amazon, it helps protect your dog’s paws without the use of boots.

  • Protects paws from sand, hot pavement, ice and salt with all natural 100-percent wax-based cream
  • Perfect for mushing, hunting, walking or before any outdoor activity
  • Easy-to-apply formula contains vitamin E to moisturize and help heal wounds and keep paws healthy

Have you ever tried dog boots on your pet? Did they stay on? Do you have any favorite brands or recommendations?

You can check out the full selection of dog boots at All Dog BootsAmmo the Dachshund

  1. Kaitlin Jenkins01-11-13

    We’ve used Pawz brand booties for both of our dogs for years. I swear by them, and wouldn’t use anything else. Our pomeranian Scooter has handicapped legs and these boots protect his feet from damage from the pavement on our walks. They’re great in winter to protect from the cold, and in summer to protect from the hot cement.

    They’re not good to leave on for long periods of time b/c they don’t allow the feet to breathe so you do have to be responsible with them.

    Usually a 12 pk lasts us a year so its a great price!

  2. Kaitlin Jenkins01-11-13

    We also use a foot cream (not the same brand you’ve shared but I can’t think of it right now) that we rub on about 2x/month. It’s got a slightly minty scent but it keeps their feet from drying out and cracking. Great for all seasons and such an easy thing to care for your pups

    • Ammo01-11-13

      Great tips! glad to hear the Pawz boots work well. If you you think of the name of the cream let me know incase others are looking for an option for their pets. Thanks for sharing!

  3. Erin01-11-13

    Pawz boots really do work well. They do last but if you lose one or rip one there are more in the package. Also the bright colours make them easy to find if they fall off. Mine have never fallen off and my dog adjusted to them very quickly.

  4. Milton 022Chamberlain03-11-16

    I have a mixed Terrier and dachshund and I am looking for booties not for the cold but we go to a lot of car shows and we need them to protect her feet from the hot asphalt.

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