Top 10 Dog Boots for Winter & Cold Weather - American Kennel Club

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Protect your dog's paws on the trail, from heat in the summer and from snow, ice and salt in the winter, with dog boots from Backcountry K-9. Check out summer and winter style dog boots from top brands like Ruffwear, Ultra Paws, Woof Hoofs, and Hurtta. We’ve got choices for adventure ready small dogs and big dogs alike. Sizing dog boots can be tricky - don’t hesitate to for expert guidance.
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For every reason small dog owners have to adorn their little guys with dog rain boots, dog snow boots, or even “high fashion” dog shoes, there is just as good a reason to do the same for your big, playful, athletic dog. Boots for large dogs and big dog shoes are just as important as the little shoes! Boots for big dogs certainly do exist and we have them.Dogs need their exercise, but it can be difficult to go on walks when the ground is covered with snow or ice - or if it's just really, really cold! Dog's paws may seem indestructible, but the truth is that exposure to freezing weather can cause lasting damage, even causing their paws to stick to the ground and tear. Providing your best friend with a set of durable, comfortable, warming dog boots makes walking through a winter wonderland less painful and more enjoyable for you and your pet.

With top quality boots from leading manufacturers like Penn Plax, Fashion Pet, and Pet Life, Pet Mountain's Dog Boots store has the right paw protectors for your pooch. All-weather boots are the perfect solution for keeping your dog's feet safe, even in the middle of winter. If you'd just like to make his feet more comfortable around the house, a set of Fashion Pet's slipper socks is just the thing.


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Pet Mountain products are guaranteed to meet your satisfaction. We do everything we can to work with our manufacturers to ensure that you get the quality you expect, the service you deserve and the best prices in the industry. At Pet Mountain, we buy in bulk and develop programs with our network of suppliers that focus on giving you more for your money. Like you, we care about our pets. Its all about giving our dogs, cats, birds and other pets a good life!

At Pet Mountain we know that your pet is one of the most important things in your life. How? Because ours are too! Your pet deserves to have the very best the industry has to offer, and we are committed to making sure you have it at crazy low prices. Providing you with the very best supplies for your dog, cat, reptile, bird or small critter is our privilege. Keeping a pet should be fun - let us help you keep it that way!I am currently in the market for dog boots for my dog who lives with me in Minnesota and ventures out for many a snowshoe adventure and other snow adventures. We have yet to get through a winter without losing at least one booty. Last year I tried Muttluks and although the fit was better than most. In the deep snow in Minnesota the top elastic cuff would get packed with snow and required many stops to remove this packed snow. I was worried about the snow causing my dog's extremity to get cold and also, it seemed to contribute to putting pressure on the boot itself making it more likely to pull off in the snow. We started with 4 and ended the season with 2 boots. In any case, I am currently researching some other options and the A1 Dog Boot (from a small company in Denver, Co.) looks impressive to me. I like what I see especially around the opening. They have created what they call a stabilizer at the top and it appears it would not be possible to have any snow enter at the top portion as happened with the Muttluks. The webpage states that the stabilizer prevents twisting which would make a loss of a booty less likely. I believe this is the boot that I will choose this year. I will keep you updated as to any experience I have with this product should I obtain it.