Ruffwear Polar Trex™ dog boots for hiking (set of 2)
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Ruffwear Polar Trex are specially designed for use in snow and iceThe Polar Trex ™ from Ruffwear are specially designed for use in snow and ice. The 3-layer softshell upper material is very durable. Breathable, water- and windproof - an optimal protective shoe for the sensitive paws of your best friend. The Vibram sole offers the best possible grip, especially in winter terrain. The inner promises the best possible comfort as well as the highest quality material for your dog. The high protection shaft and the adjustable velcro closure surround the paws and offers the perfect support. The Polar Trex ™ does not slip, and even at high speeds, there are no scrubbers. The paws are perfectly protected on icy or salted paths as well as protection against snow balls, which can hurt your dog between the bales.
These dog shoes are very good for protection of sensitive pawsEven in everyday use in the other seasons these dog shoes are very good for protection of sensitive paws or to prevent injuries. Integrated 3-M reflectors also ensure good visibility at dusk. Whether hiking or simply a relaxing day in the snow, your dog is optimally equipped with these dog shoes. They are the ideal companion for all adventures. We offer the Ruffwear Polar Trex ™ in a set of 2, this is especially practical if your dog has different paw widths at front and rear. They are available in sizes 4XS-XL. You can wash the shoes in the machine (ideally use a laundry bag, low temperature, cycle gentle, air dry).
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Find the right size for your dog:
1. Let your dog stand on a flat surface.
2. Put a piece of paper under one of the front paws.
3. Gently lift the opposite paw so that the paw the being measured lays flat under bearing weight.
4. Mark with a pencil the widest part of the paw on both sides.
5. Now you can easily measure the distance between the two marks with a ruler.
6. Repeat the same steps for one of the hind paws (these are often smaller).