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Paw Protector BootiesFor pets that occasionally "knuckle" their feet when walking, these booties help prevent scrapes and cuts on the paws. Top side made of double layered ballistic nylon for durability, bottom side made of ballistic nylon with outer layer of Tuff-Tek for traction over surfaces such as linoleum, tile, or hardwood floors. Comfortable neoprene cuff. Velcro wrap around design keeps booties securely on the paws.
Measuring Paw Width
- Have your dog stand on a firm surface (wood, linoleum, or concrete).
- Place a piece of blank paper under a front paw.
- Lift the dog's other front paw so that its weight is placed firmly on the paw being measured.
- Mark the paper at the paw's widest point on the left and right edges of the paw (see graphic).
- Use a ruler to measure the width of the paw (in inches) from the left mark to the right mark.
- Use the chart to determine the proper size. For example: if the width is measured between 2.25" and 2.5", the dog would wear a small boot; between 2.75" and 3.0", a large.
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