Here at Pet Pawsabilities™, we know your French bulldog’s paws are no ordinary paws. Our French bulldog boots are designed to keep your Frenchie happy, healthy, and comfortable. Protect your Frenchie’s delicate paws with our durable rubber-soled, weather-resistant microfiber leather dog boots.
Pet Pawsabilities™ Dog Boots
Protect your French bulldog’s sensitive paws with Pet Pawsabilities™ Dog Boots:
- No hassle. It’s so easy to put on and remove your dog’s boots.
- Non-Slip. Prevent slipping, sliding, and injuries with anti-slip rubber soles.
- Weather Resistant. Made with weather-resistant, waterproof microfiber leather and jacket fabric.
- Breathable mesh for ultimate ventilation and flexibility.
- Adjustable Fit. An adjustable strap to comfortably fit the most petite of paws.
- High Visibility. Reflective wraparound strap allows for maximum comfort and high visibility at night.
How to measure your dog's paws for the right fit:
French Bulldogs Need Special Care
The delightful French bulldog is built a little extra-special. In addition to their especially-adorable bat-like ears, these pups have a thin coat and a pushed-in nose. This means your Frenchie can’t regulate temperatures as well as other canine friends. So, give them the extra-special care they need with our French bulldog boots.
French Bulldogs & Extreme Temperatures
Frenchie’s are known for their laidback, docile personalities. Combined with their independent streak, your Frenchie might not show you when they are getting too cold or too hot. That means that Frenchie pet parents need to be more aware of how to keep their pup happy and healthy.
If your pup’s ears are cold to the touch, chances are your Frenchie is too cold. Without the proper gear, French bulldogs should not be outside for more than fifteen minutes in cold, winter temperatures. Weather-resistant bulldog boots, with other cold-weather gear, can help protect your bulldog’s sensitive paws and thin coat.
Hot temperatures can be just as dangerous to your Frenchie and their feet as cold temperatures. Because your French bulldog’s nose is uniquely small and short, airflow is restricted. Your pup can’t pant like other dogs, making them more prone to heatstroke. Make sure your Frenchie gets enough water and only spends a short amount of time in the heat. If a surface is too hot for the palm of your hand, chances are it’s too hot for your pup’s paw pads. Pet Pawsabilities™ Boots feature a breathable mesh that encourages ventilation, so the sweat glands in your dog’s paw can keep doing their job while keeping their paws protected from the heat!
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