The Protector bootie high offers the ultimate level of cut and puncture protection. The nitrile rubber coating makes the booties water-resistant and provides an excellent grip on slippery surfaces.
Specifically developed for dog-powered sports and hiking, the Protector bootie high is also a great choice for any dog in need of paw protection. These booties have undergone thorough testing in all conditions by search and rescue teams and athletes in canicross and bikejoring worldwide, ensuring your dog's safety and comfort.
The booties are designed with a shape that allows for natural expansion and movement of the paws, which is particularly important during longer distances. They feature elastic hook and loop fasteners to ensure a secure fit and comfort for your dog. The fabric is seamless on the inside, preventing chafing or discomfort for your dog.
The Protector bootie high is available in packs of four and comes in the color orange. Sizes range from XS to 2XL.
Max 30°C washing machine.
Do not tumble dry.
When putting booties on your dog, stand over your dog with your dog between your legs, and lift one paw at a time. This position allows you to maintain control while helping your dog balance when lifting each paw. If your dog is not comfortable with this position, you can sit next to them and lift one paw at a time.
Before putting the bootie on, brush away any snow or dirt. Guide the bootie over your dog's paw and attach the hook and loop fasteners, ensuring they sit over or under the joints.
Ensure that the hook and loop fasteners are tightened well. For short training sessions lasting a maximum of two hours, the booties should fit snugly. However, for long-distance mushing or trekking lasting many hours, avoid tightening the booties too much to prevent swelling.
We recommend securing the bootie in place with one finger and then tightening the strap over your finger. This ensures it does not become too tight.
When taking a longer break or finishing your training, remove the booties.
Dog booties will naturally experience wear and tear, and their lifespan is influenced by factors such as the type of surface, the length of your dog's nails, and the quality of the material used. Generally, it is important to have realistic expectations regarding the longevity of dog booties.
To extend the lifespan of your dog's booties, a helpful tip is to turn them around after some time. This is especially beneficial when training on rough surfaces, as it can prevent holes from forming under your dog's paws. Even if there is a small hole on the upper side of the booties, it is not a significant issue. By employing this trick, you can effectively double the distance you can use the booties before needing to replace them.
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