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freebledsoe

snow/ ice boots for dogs

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Hi,

Anybody have a good experience with a type/ brand of dog boots? My Boxer does the hot (cold) foot in these temps when going outside to relieve herself and sometimes refuses to go because her feet are so cold.

I tried some dog "booties" on her but she flings them off in under a minute. Any suggestions as to what type or brand I could buy that will stay put?

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I have always made my own out of polar fleece and than use a narrow piece of duct tape wrapped around the dog boot to hold it on.

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I use some from a place in Two Harbors, dogbooties dot com. The ones with the stretch Velcro stay on for my dogs.

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Same as bigdog said, they work great and stay on all day.

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Thanks folks, looks like they should work!

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