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Unfortunately we aren’t yet sure of these booties. We had them on twice and already the stitching on one of them (and beginning also on 2 others) has allowed the canvas to be torn away from the middle leaving a hole. This is really annoying. The back feet ones fit well and seem to do the trick well. But the front paws have rubbed on our dog’s little 5th toe (the unused one higher up the paw) and has caused him to bleed and blister which causes him to lick and chew the feet which is why we got the booties in the first place!! To avoid him chewing! So the jury is out on them at this stage. We will persevere but not so sure. For $100 I’d certainly expect the material to not come apart at the stitching but so far it’s just one bootie and hasn’t worsened but the others are now all starting to do the same. Over time the hole is likely to get bigger I guess. The back feet are working well however and so I’m still somewhat hopeful eventually the front will not rub too much. I know we could have got the socks as well but the cost is enough to spend already and now I’m unsure of the quality full stop!
I bought these as we have fluffy feet and polished floors - they work a treat! I just have them on for an hour or two morning and night while the dogs are most boisterous. They do take a little while to 'break in', and it took me a bit to figure out how tight to adjust them but now we're good. The dogs didn't mind them from the start so it was easy to get them on. Really happy.