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Ruffwear Summit Trex Dog Boots (Set of 4)

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***TO CLEAR*** Discontinued. Available while stocks last.

Ruffwear's Summit Trex dog boots provide everyday traction and paw protection from extreme temperatures, abrasive surfaces, and salt or other snowmelt chemicals.

The Ruffwear-designed outsole provides flexible traction, while the durable, weather-resistant ripstop upper blocks moisture and debris. A hook-and-loop closure system creates a secure and comfortable fit.

Moisture and debris stay out via weather-resistant ripstop upper. Protects dogs' paws from abrasive surfaces and snowmelt chemicals.

Traction that's flexible with a non-marking outsole.

Reliable, intuitive hook-and-loop cinch closure system.

* Secure fasteners
* Wash in cold water
* Gentle cycle
* Mild detergent
* Air dry

1.5 (38-43mm); 1.75 (44-50mm);
2.0 (51-56mm); 2.25 (57-63mm);
2.5 (64-69mm); 2.75 (70-75mm);
3.0(76-82mm); 3.25 (83-90mm)

Paw Width Measuring: 
Measurement across widest part of paw when bearing weight. In between sizes: Choose the smaller size. 

Download and PRINT the PAW Measurement Chart here.

Also watch the "How To Measure Your Dogs Paws Video" in the product images.

Boots sold in Set of 4.
(Also available in pairs. See separate listing.)

Twilight Gray;
Meadow Green

Does breaking in your boots leave your dogs barking?
Well, just like human shoes, dog boots have a break-in period, too.

Have you ever taken your dog on unfamiliar terrain that had them limping the next day? That's because dogs' pads harden over time and terrain.
Dog boots can help with that, but they still need a break-in period. After all, would you go for a long run in brand new shoes without socks?

Here are a few things you can do to help break-in your dog's boots: 

* Work them. When you first get the boots, work them in your hands so the sole becomes more pliable. Because of their weight, small dogs have a particularly hard time softening the outsole, so breaking them in with your hands can really help them become more comfortable, quickly.

* Take it slow. Start by putting the boots on in the house for a couple minutes, then try short adventures outside; gradually increasing the time spent in the boots.

* Stop and check. Each time you use the boots during the break-in period, stop and check for rubbing and hot spots.
This is also a great time to check the strap tension and fit, so the boots stay secure.

* Socks for dogs? Just like socks help with the overall comfort of our shoes, boot liners can help with a dog's overall comfort, providing a soft, wicking layer between the paw and the boot.

* Get the right fit. Getting the right size boot not only ensures the boot will stay on and upright, but it also helps with boot comfort.
The boot strap should fit snugly above the metatarsal/metacarpal pad, but below the carpal pad and dew claw. It should fit with little excess room from left to right, and front to back, and bend at a 45-degree angle where the dog's paw naturally bends. 

* The boot dance. Your dog will most likely dance their first time in boots. Don't be alarmed as this is a natural reaction.] You might be surprised how quickly your dog will get used to the idea of boots if you follow these tips for getting your dog used to boots.

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