Ruffwear Summit Trex™ Dog Boots for Trekking (set of 2)
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2 - 5 Days**
Ruffwear Summit Trex for hot asphalt or streaked trails in winterDo you plan many hikes or are you just always on the move with your dog? The Ruffwear Summit Trex™ dog shoes are ideal for challenging mountain hikes with big temperature differences or in everyday life with hot asphalt or streaked trails in winter. With the right equipment, your adventures can begin right now. However, the use must not be so spectacular, they can be used as protection for paw injuries. These dog shoes are simply perfect. No water or dirt penetrates and the boots are breathable. The best grip on slippery and wet surfaces is provided by the non-slip profile. Simply the best dog boots for bad weather. There's no such thing as bad weather, only bad clothes. The water-repellent outer material keeps the paws dry. Especially in autumn, the reflective elements make sure you see your four-legged friend well at dusk.
These dog boots are recommended by many veterinariansThe dog boots Ruffwear Summit Trex™ are recommended by many veterinarians, a paw injury can heal better. The paw is safe from dirt and water. Also snowmelt chemicals do not bother your dog. The shoes are easy to put on and the fit is also ideal when running. The paws are spreading, so it is important that you measure the paw width as described in the instructions below. The Velcro fastener can be closed quite flexibly and gives good support. You can wash the boots at low temperatures in the washing machine (ideally use a washing bag, 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).