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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 10-11-2012, 04:48 PM Thread Starter
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Dog Boots

Well, it's winter time again and the rain season is coming in.

I'm out looking for some doggie booties for Oreo.

Even in the summer, when I take him out on his daily romp in the dog park, he comes home with filthy feet. We usually put him in the bath tub right away and wash his feet.You should see all the sand and dirt that comes off.

Anyways, I have looked at Mutluks but they are next to impossible to put on.

I don;t see many that are easy to put on but I did find this brand which I like becuase it sorta has a slit to help put the boots on, velcro to keep them on tight, they are short boots and they have a good looking grip.

I was wondering if anyone has used these by RuffWear or can recommend another type of boot.

Yes I know the RuffWear is pricey.

http://www.ruffwear.com/Barkn-Boots-...=2&category=11




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I don't have any feedback, but I would like to know about boots, too. These look really cute and sturdy, but they also look like they would fall off really easily. I guess the challenge is to design boots that are easy to put on but hard to fall off.
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I have muttlucks for both my dogs, they are hard to get on at first, but they actually stay on even when the dog is determined to get them off. They don't mind having them on either. They are a little tough to get on at first but really not that hard and my dogs tolerate it becuase they know it means they are going outside to play in the snow!


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