Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 19
Rated 5 out of 5 by mrsmeyer Weird but it works!
My Pom loves these! Kind of weird to put on, there's definitely a technique, but they work to keep his feet dry and protected from pavement and gravel.
Once I got it on the first time, he pranced around as soon as he realized that his little paws weren't feeling the wet pavement or rocks. I will definitely buy these again when they wear out!
April 21, 2016
Rated 3 out of 5 by manda1233 sizing is off
I bought size medium for my welsh corgi because that's what the sizing suggests. Oh my... They were enormous on her. I'll have to try a much smaller size. They did stay on her feet but they were just huge on here. Just be careful of sizing. :-)
April 13, 2016
Rated 3 out of 5 by JZHP Punch Ball Balloon without the neck
My dog had a minor surgical procedure done on his foot... I picked these up to go over his bandaged paw in order to keep it from getting wet when he went outside to do his business. I had already read the reviews and figured they'd be difficult to get on, but thought I'd see how they were made, anyway. Turns out they're nothing more than one of those punch ball balloons (that you can buy a bag of for about $2.00 at a party store) with the "neck" cut short. I'm sure they work great for general purpose boots, but not so much to cover a bandaged foot due to the extremely small & tight opening compared to the "boot" size. I ended up fashioning my own "boot" out of household items that works really well... maybe I should go for a patent on my design. ;)
April 2, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5
by luv2hike I would give this a 10 if I could!
I have two mixed breed dogs that love to walk in the snow, but I have to constantly stop and get the snow out of their paws, so it wasn't worth it. I've tried traditional dog boots, but they were able to kick them off immediately. These work great! I was skeptical at first, but when I read all the other good reviews I gave them a try. They do look like large balloons and they are a little difficult to get on the first time - making sure you get them over all their claws. Once the product was on their paws they ran around like there was nothing on them. They didn't try to get them off. They are tight enough at the top to hold them on their feet, but loose enough around their paws to not restrict movement. It was the best walk in the snow we have ever had!
January 22, 2016