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How To Measure Your Dog's Paws!
Proper footwear fit is essential to a fun day out (or in). Here's how to measure your pet's paws...
With your pet's paw on the ground, measure from the tip of the claws (those have to fit inside the shoe too) to the back of where the paw touches the ground, which is just behind the pad.
While your pet's paw is still on the ground, measure from side to side at the widest point of your pet's paw, which is usually near the base of the toes.
Handy Tip: Try having your pet step on a piece of paper, then trace around the paw. Then, while your pet is off eating your houseplants or terrorizing the neighborhood, you can measure the traced outline in peace.
How To Measure Your Dog!
I have worked with the finest furry tailors in the world, and am here to share my bounty of knowledge. Here's how to measure your pet...
Measure from the base of the tail (where it connects to the hindquarters) up to where the collar typically sits at the base of the neck, then follow up with a generous back scratch.
This is measured by giving your pet a
hug, during which you measure the entire circumference (all the way around) at the widest point of your pet's chest. This is typically right behind the front legs.
First, plenty of kisses. Then, measure the neck's circumference
(the distance around it) at the point where the collar sits.
Important Sizing Note: The given measurements are the dimensions of the actual product, not of the pet they fit. After measuring your pet, make sure all measurements fit within the following dimensions (with a little room to spare in the chest and neck).
Keep your winter loving dog safe on the snow and ice with the Snow Mushers Dog Boots by Muttluks in Purple!
Micro fiber upper fabric with fleeced inner lining.
100% recycled flexible rubber and rugged rubber soles with traction treads
Self-tightening double wrap secure fastening system
Elastic soft cinch fastening - easy on dew claws, secure on fastening
Extra large opening for easy on
Sold in sets of 2 for optimal sizing
Why We Love It:
Muttluks Snow Mushers are the "Supreme!" choice from Muttluks Paw Protection Series. Featuring 100% recycled rubber and numerous other features, these boots reflect Muttluks "Integrity at Work" and commitment to quality. Flexible soles with "barefoot" technology are "pawsitively" comfortable and adaptable to paw shape and movement.
*Get the right size boots by checking size of front paws and back paws as they may vary. Boots sold as set of 2 for front or back so you can customize to your pet.
Posted On 02/27/17 by Corrie E from ,
Yes, Corrie E recommends this product!
My dog is a lovely yet stubborn 3 1/2 year old Chow Chow. I recently moved to a new condo development, where unfortunately, there tends to be a lot of broken glass after trash day, etc. so I've been worried about Donatello cutting his paws. I initially went for the snow boots since he doesn't like to come in from the snow even when his paws freeze, but I couldn't resist the mud boots too.
They fit him great and are very well made. He wasn't thrilled about wearing them at first, but he knows now that if he does, he will get a longer, more adventurous walk. I had to have purple so these boots were perfect for us!
Matthew's Testimonal (Bizrate Survey)
I came across the Baxter Boo website when I was searching for new boots for my mid size lamb Trixie. I had gotten her Velcro boots from Petco but found that they were difficult to put on, and often times came loose while we walked and especially if she was in the snow. One fell off and I knew it was time to switch. Feeling the default fault of Velcro (once the snow gets in there it's useless) I searched for zip up boots and a link to Baxterboo.com came up in my google search. After locating zip/Velcro/and tie boots, I cruised around and found a jacket in tartan that would replace the one she had that didn't fully cover her neck or chest. Had to stop after that before I spent my whole next paycheck!