- Boots for Dogs (on topic)
We had some griptrex boots by ruffwear that seemed to do the trick. We had to order them in from the states though. We don’t use them now as Bailey is getting on a bit and has a bad back and bad knees so his trail days are over (not caused by the running I might add). had to gte infant socks to go under them though as they did rub quite a bit.Posted 8 years agolookmanohandsMember
Got some ruffwear ones for my hound, very funny when you first put them on the dog cuz they lose abit of feeling in their pads so they end up walking around like their walking on hit coals. Had a few probs with mine as they kept falling off and in the end they had to be so tight it was killing the dogs feet and they tended to rub the dogs ankles. Don’t use em anymore but take them with me just incase of a cut padPosted 8 years ago
Banffs 25kg and will run full pelt for hours, our local trails in the summer are soft/hard sand and gravel-must be like running on sandpaper for him. Just have my doubts if he’ll keep them on, I think he’ll just rip them off, he can chew anything to bits in seconds. Hes a bit of a foot chewer anyway, less now after we’ve cut out all dairy titbits for him.
These seem good-http://www.dogbootsactive.com/
Just need to get him to stand still for a minute so I can measure his paws.Posted 8 years ago
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