Muttluks All-Weather Pet Dog Boots in Yellow
Definitely not just for fashion, All-Weather Muttluks are serious protection for your dog's feet. Walking, running, playing in snow, ice or on hot pavement or hot sand can do serious and painful damage. Don't count on your dog to let you know his feet hurt...he's probably having too good a time to notice until the damage is done.
Muttluks are suited to all kinds of weather conditions and walking surfaces. They even protect your dog's feet from sharp rocks, brambles, and other unpleasant earthly items they might encounter in any weather. Muttluks All Weather Boots feature a tough, waterproof, yet breathable exterior fabric and sturdy leather soles that are specially treated to be resist abrasion, salt, and water. Muttluks are designed to fit an active dog's feet and stay put with self-tightening Velcro straps and ribbed cuffs that keep out snow, ice, salt, and pebbles. Velcro straps even have 3M reflector strips.
Available in a wide range of sizes from Itty Bitty to XX-Large and yes, one set includes FOUR boots, naturally!
Made in Canada since 1994
PLEASE SEE OUR SIZING CHART TO ENSURE YOU ORDER THE CORRECT SIZE.
|Size||Length (inches)||Length (cm)||Suggested Breeds **|
|Itty Bitty||1 - 1.5||2.5 - 3.8||Chihuahua, Toy Poodle, Maltese, Yorkie|
|XXS||1.5 - 2.25||3.8 - 5.2||Jack Russell, Pug, French Bulldog, Lhasa Apso|
|XS||2.25 - 2.75||5.2 - 7||Dachshund, Sheltie, Schnauzer, Whippet|
|Small||2.75 - 3.25||7 - 8.25||Border Collie, Beagle, Pit Bull|
|Medium||3.25 - 3.75||8.25 - 9.5||Doberman, Lab, Boxer, Pointer, Schnauzer, Standard Poodle|
|Large||3.75 - 4.25||9.5 - 10.8||German Shepherd, Retriever, Afghan, Borzoi,|
|X-Large||4.25 - 4.75||10.8 - 12.1||Sheep Dog, Akita, St Bernard, Newfoundland|
|XX-Large||4.75 - 5.25||12.1 - 14||Great Dane|
** Suggest Breeds are based on the typical size dog in that breed. Please take the time to measure before ordering.
TO MEASURE: Place your dog's foot on a piece of paper and make a dot on the back of the foot straight down from the back of the leg, make mark another dot in the front of the foot, including the nail, excluding fur. A snug fit is best.
Choose a size that fits the entire Paw including toenails and excluding fur
Place dog's front paw on a piece of paper
Make a mark at the end of the longest toe nail
Make a second mark straight down the back of the leg
Measure the distance between the two markings and refer to the Size Chart
Strap of the boot should fall at narrow spot of leg (wrist)
Breed examples are approximate guides only as paw sizes are not consistent within breeds
PUTTING BOOTS ON:
Stand over dog with dog between your legs
Slide boot over paw
Ensure boot is all the way on
Fasten boots securely
Tug end of boot
If boot slips down it may be too large or fastened too loosely
If boot stays in place, it is the correct size and fastened correctly
Cut off excess strap length if necessary