Dog Boot Buying Guide 2015-2016 | – Keep Doggie Safe

Dog Boot Buying Guide 2015-2016

Dog Boot Buying Guide 2015-2016

healing-dog-bootThere are several considerations when choosing the right set of boots for your dog. 

Number 1, they need to stay on their paws.  We have done careful testing and analysis with our dog panel and we only stock boots that stay on your dog's paws. Healer dog boots are sold in pairs so you can get different sizes for your dog's front and hind paws. WHAT A GREAT IDEA!

dog-boot-measurement-tipSecondly, in order for the boots to stay on your dog's paws, they must fit correctly.  Carefully measure your dog's paws across the widest part of their paw to insure you are buying the correct size.  Snug is better than loose, the adjustable straps will help you keep them on around the top part of their paws.  Use this as a guide to measuring their paws. The next step is to determine how you will be using the boots. Are they inside or outside boots? Are they for specific uses or for hot or cold protection ?

The following chart is based on our boot selection for 2015 -2016. We have color-coded it so you can see at a glance which boot is best for you. dog-boot-buying-guide

Keeping your dog's paws safe is critical, please take the time to choose the right boots.  Read out training tips on how to train your dog to wear boots, it might take a while to get them used to them but it will be worth it. Call with any questions. 714-914-4653


Alison Cremeans

I have two daschshunds and I need an idea of what size to get them

Alison Cremeans

hiking in the desert rocky and hot, lab

Alison Cremeans

Definitely get the dog cooling boots to deflect the heat in the desert

Alison Cremeans

Hi Joe-
To measure your dog for dog boots, please use this guide. Each manufacturer, recommends adding a different amount to the measurement based on the materials of the boot.
Some boots have extra padding inside so you might need to add 1/4 of an inch to the size.

Measure your dog’s front paw to ensure a comfortable fitting boot. Place the paw on a piece of paper and press down on the top, mimicking how the paw spreads when the dog’s walking. Mark the left and the right side on the paper and measure the distance between the marks. Compare this to the boot sizes.

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