HolisticPet Sticky Pawz Dog Shoes
- Brand: Holistic Pet
- Availability: 34
- Ex Tax: R263.66
SUITABLE FOR DOGS WITH WEAK LIMBS (e.g. ARTHRITIS)
Does your dog battle with weak or shaky legs or simply struggle to walk on those shiny tiles or glossy wooden floors?
Then try a pair of HolisticPet Sticky Pawz Dog Shoes!
These rubber soled, biodegradable, reusable, light in weight and non-skid dog shoes of splendour help to increase traction and walking satisfaction – making your canine models strut up and down the house with confidence.
These booties also help to prevent other injuries such as joint sprains and/or your devoted dog doing the splits.
In fact – these little dog slippers help to build muscles, especially since your charismatic canines will finally be able to use their legs more effectively. AMAZING!
- Provides traction for dogs with weak limbs (e.g. arthritis, neurological weakness) or for those walking on slippery floors (e.g. tiles, wood, laminate)
- Great product to consider if your dog is prone to post-surgical infection, sand irritation, allergies, pad rashes or to reduce the exposure to pesticides, fire ants, mud/clay or lawn chemicals (etc)
- Biodegradable, reusable, light in weight, non-skid rubber dog socks
- Thin enough for your dog to feel the ground, thus providing a sense of security
- Available in 7 sizes
- Sold in sets of 4
*HolisticPet products were designed as a solution for old, handicapped and debilitated pets.
HOW TO MEASURE THOSE PAWSOME PAWS
For the best fit, it’s best to measure from the bottom of the big heel pad to the tip of the longest toe nail. If the paw is in-between two sizes, naturally select the larger size please
HolisticPet Sticky Pawz Dog Shoes should fit securely around the leg and comfortable around the paw
NB – please read the Important Information tab for useful tips on getting the right size and more
|Tiny||2.5 cm||Teacup Yorkie|
|XX Small||4 cm||Yorkie, Toy Pom, Min Pin|
|X Small||5 cm||Maltese, Pug, Dachshund|
|Small||6 cm||Beagle, Staffie, Border Collie|
|Medium||8 cm||Boxer, Border Collie|
|Large||10 cm||Rottweiler, Labrador, Golden Retriever|
|X Large||> 10 cm||Great Dane, St Bernard, Boerboel|
PREVENT PAIN AND FRUSTRATION IN THE LONG TERM
Please check the size. Remember these doggy shoes are a slight challenge to get onto their paws (but can of course be stretched – hooray).
It’s toats worth the buy. These shoes flaunt amazing dog-parent reviews.
DO NOT have your dog wear them for longer than 8 -12 hours (see important information tab) and use talcum powder to keep them dry, clean and sweat-free at all times, because it’s vital.
DON’T LEAVE THEM ON TOO LONG
If left on for too long, it can result in pressure and skin breakdown – especially if your dog has been sweating. The Sticky Pawz should not be left on for more than 8 hours in warm weather (12 hours in cooler weather).
They should also be refreshed with talcum powder between use – to help ensure they are not damp and/or sweaty, because that’s gross and can also result in skin breakdown.
CHECK IF THEIR FRONT AND BACK FEET THE SAME SIZE
This might sound like an odd request, but often in older dogs – their front and back feet are "not the same size" – shocker!
Dogs with hindlimb issues may distribute their weight more on their forelimbs, evident by a "splayed toes" appearance and it would appear the front feet are then bigger than the back. The fit of the Sticky Pawz would then be affected, and there actually have been dogs who needed one size for the front paws and another size for the hind – true story.
Ask yourself – do the XL booties slip down on the front and back feet? If they are slipping on all limbs/feet, then they are indeed too big.
YES, YOU MAY OF COURSE STRETCH THEM
Stretching the Sticky Pawz will definetely also help. They can be tight to begin with – so it’s recommended that placing them stretched over a deoderant / other spray can and then left for 12 hours to stretch, does work wonders.
They are much like a hairbands really, that hold everything in place, but eventually start to stretch with use. So if the owner found them to still be too tight – stretching them may just help and be the answer.