What Our Top Dog Says About The Pawks Anti-Slip Dog Socks:
The Pawks Anti-Slip Dog Socks are designed to protect your dog from a number of different hazards. The socks can be worn both inside and outside so you will not have to worry about constantly taking them off to let your dog outside. The socks provide traction on slippery surfaces such as tile or hardwood floors while also shielding the floor from pesky nail scratches through the use of anti-slip rubber bottoms. While outdoors, the socks shield the paw from hazards such as burs, spiders, and hot pavement.
The high-quality cotton fabric is extremely soft for maximum comfort during use. Inside or Outside, Pawkz provide traction, protection from heat, snow and allergens. All Pawks Dog Socks are sold in packs of four so your pup will have every paw covered. Treat your dog to the added protection they need, whether around the house or out in the elements; treat your dog to a set of Pawks Anti-Slip Dog Socks today!
Here Are The Doggie Details:
Anti-slip wrap-around rubber sole provides traction on slippery surfaces
Shields paws from hot asphalt, burs, foxtails, spiders, bees and other natural hazards
Wound Protection & Medical Needs use on all paws for orthopedic needs, rehab and wounds including dermatitis and granulomas,plus neurological and spinal issues
Preserves hardwood floors and prevents pet nail scratches
Soft quality cotton is extremely comfortable
Machine washable for easy care
Manufactured for indoor and outdoor use
Add scotchguard to protect them and make them waterproog
Sold in packs of four
Paw Width (IN)
What My Top Dog Should Know About The Pawks Anti-Slip Dog Socks:
It is important to keep your dog’s claws trimmed in order to prevent damaging tears. Initially, your dog may prance while wearing the socks. After a few wears, your dog should become accustomed to the feeling and walk naturally.
Training your dog to wear boots is more about patience on your part rather than the dog’s. It will take some time, especially if your pooch has an issue with someone handling his feet. Work slowly and at your dog’s pace.
Have your dog in a standing position (get some help from another person if your dog won’t stand) on a non-slip area—carpet works best.
Slip a boot on one of his feet but don’t fasten it.
Take the boot off and reward your dog with a small treat.
The next day, repeat the process, only place the boot on a different foot. Don’t forget to reward your dog.
Repeat this process each day using a different foot. Once you’ve accomplished placing the boot on each foot individually, try putting boots on two paws at the same time. Each day, put the boots on two different paws.
Eventually work your way up to placing all four boots on your dog’s paws at the same time, but don’t fasten them.
Once your dog is comfortable with wearing all four boots unfastened, start the process over with one boot on one foot with a fastened boot. By this time, your dog should be pretty comfortable with you handling his feet and wearing the boots because he knows he’ll receive a tasty treat when he’s done.
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How To Measure For Dog Boots
You wouldn’t want to stick your size 10 foot in a size 8 shoe because it’d be incredibly uncomfortable. The same goes for your dog, which is why we’re here to help you measure your dog’s foot to ensure a comfortable fitting boot.
To measure the width of your dog’s foot, place the foot on a piece of paper and press down on the top of the foot, mimicking how the foot spreads when the dog’s walking.
Mark the left and the right side of the foot on the paper and measure the distance between the marks. Compare this to the boot sizes. The width of the foot should be smaller than the boot size. For example, if the foot width is 1 1/2 inches, order an XSmall at 1 3/4 inches.
Unfortunately, there isn't a perfect solution for dogs that drag their feet. - we haven't found a material that will stand up to dragging and still be comfortable for the dog. Some customers use the Rugged boots and then apply Shoe Goo as wear appears.
Does My Dog Need Boots?
Consider the type of activities your dog does and what kind of surface he does them on. If any of the following apply to your dog, he may need a set of dog boots to protect his feet.
You live in a part of the country that experiences snowy and icy winters where salt or other chemicals are used to keep sidewalks and streets clear. These types of chemicals can irritate the pads of your dog’s feet, causing dryness and painful cracking and bleeding.
Your dog walks on hot pavement in the summer.
You pooch walks and runs a lot.
You take your dog for walks over rough surfaces – rocks, thorns, foxtails, burrs, etc.
Your dog has a paw injury.
Your dog has a skin condition that causes him to scratch himself constantly
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Our dog just had surgery and KeepDoggieSafe worked with us to make sure we had everything she needed to be safe. It was like we had our own private vet consultation. The onesie and wound boots saved the day. THANKS
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