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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 12-03-2009, 02:38 PM Thread Starter
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Dog snow boots.

I have never had a small breed dog, nor have i had a dog in town before SO i had never had to deal with salts and snow and cold for tiny dogs.

My pup is 6 month old schnauzer yorkie mix and i was wondering about getting him snow boots so his little feeties don't get cold and wet and salty.

How well do they put up with wearing boots? Are they nessissary or helpful?

I am trying to find some but what i found was $47!! the other was only like 17 so i was wondering if there is a good brand that stays on, is water proof and better yet goes up pretty far on the legs i do live in iowa and we get a lotta snow.

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I was going to get some for Kibbles but trying them on at the store they don;t fit his feet well. You would need to bring him with you to try them on.

If you decide against or can't find any boots I believe there is a spray or cream that is like an invisible boot.





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Yeah take him when buying a boots, look for wide enough on paws but can sealed tightly on locks.

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