New - Trixie Walker Active Protective Dog Boots Shoes All Sizes - 1-2-4 Pk

Trixie

£19.99 
Availability: 5 in stock

Trixie Walker Active Protective Dog Boots 

Please note if purchasing 1 single boot it will not be boxed - this is because they come in a box of 2 

SO IF YOU CHOOSE

NUMBER OF BOOTS REQUIRED - 1

YOU WILL RECEIVE 1 BOOT 

These boots have a robust grip sole which provides a non-slip hold, they are breathable through mesh material & support rapid healing of paw injury.
Protecting your dogs feet will reduce the risk of infection.
They are comfortable for your dog to wear & are long lasting.
The practical straps have reflective stripes.
These boots are especially useful on stony ground, tarmac or hot sand and can be used inside as well as they provide hold on slippery floors such as laminate.
These BLACK shoes can also protect against salt and grit in winter

Please see the size quide below - The best way to measure is by drawing around the dogs foot while the dog is standing & measure the width of the drawing

EXTRA SMALL - Breed Guide - Yorkshire Terrier - Paw Size Approx 3.6 x 3.6cm

EXTRA SMALL / SMALL - Breed Guide - West Highland Terrier - Paw Size Approx 4.5 x 4.5cm

SMALL / MEDIUM - Breed Guide - Jack Russell Terrier - Paw Size Approx 5 x 5cm

MEDIUM - Breed Guide - Border Collie - Paw Size Approx 5.5 x 5.5cm

MEDIUM / LARGE - Breed Guide - Dalmatian - Paw Size Approx 6 x 6cm

LARGE - Breed Guide - Labrador Retriever - Paw Size Approx 6.5 x 6.5cm 

LARGE / EXTRA LARGE - Breed Guide - Golden Retriever - Paw Size Approx 7 x 7cm

EXTRA LARGE - Breed Guide - German Shepherd, Bernese Mountain Dog - Paw Size Approx 8.5 x 8.5cm

MEASURING PAWS

Have your dog stand on a firm surface.
Place a piece of blank paper under a front paw.
Lift the dog’s other front paw so that its weight is placed firmly on the paw being measured.
Mark the paper at the paw’s widest point on the left and right edges of the paw.
Use a ruler to measure the width of the paw from the left mark to the right mark.
Repeat for back paws. Note: The front paws are usually bigger than the back paws, and you may need to buy two different sizes.
Select the boots appropriate for the measured width of the front and back paws.
If the paw is between two sizes, always choose the larger size.

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