Do you have a teeny, tiny Shih Tzu with a great big attitude? Protect the smallest of paws with Pet Pawsabilities™ Shih Tzu Dog Boots. Our boots are proven to keep your pup’s paws safe all year round from hot surfaces, slippery ice, and more. With anti-slip soles and weather-resistant design, there is no better boot for your toy breed! Protect your furry companion’s small paws. Order a pair of today!
Pet Pawsabilities™ Dog Boots
Easy to put on and easy to adjust, Pet Pawsabilities™ Dog Boots are the best choice for your small dog:
- Easy on. No hassle use for even the most energetic of dogs.
- Flexible Sole. Get the best traction with our non-slip, flexible soles that comfortably hug petite paws.
- Weather Resistant. Made with weather-resistant, waterproof microfiber leather and jacket fabric.
- Breathable mesh. A unique design for ultimate ventilation and flexibility.
- Adjustable Fit. An adjustable, reflective wraparound strap for a secure fit and high visibility at night.
How to measure your dog's paws for the right fit:
The Best Boots for Your Shih Tzu
Your Shih Tzu’s paws work overtime to get where they’re going! Paws that work this hard need the best products to provide the right fit, comfort, and protection. That’s why Pet Pawsabilities™ Dog Boots are a great pick for your Shih Tzu! When it comes to keeping your pup happy and healthy, the right boots are the first step.
Your Shih Tzu’s Unique Personality
Your Shih Tzu may be small in size but like many toy dog breeds, they have a big personality. These pups don’t gravitate towards hunting, guarding, or digging—they just want to love and be loved! Whatever it is that you are doing, your reliable companion Shih Tzu wants to be by your side. Put on their boots and feel confident that your pup’s paws are protected anywhere you go!
Your Shih Tzu’s Grooming Needs
Flaunting a luxurious mane, your Shih Tzu lives up to their name, which means “lion dog”. Unlike a lion, however, your Shih Tzu has long, silky hair. That’s right—while most pup’s coats are comprised of one to two layers of thick fur, your Shih Tzu has hair! Unlike fur, your Shih Tzu’s hair will continue to grow and requires a regular trim. Although Shih Tzu’s don’t shed, it’s no walk in the park to stay this beautiful. To keep your Shih Tzu looking and feeling their best, brush their hair at least two to three times a week and bathe your pup every one to two weeks.
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