Do you have a small dog with a great big attitude? Protect the smallest of paws with Pet Pawsabilities™ Small Dog Boots. Our dog boots are equipped with adjustable wrap-around straps providing the best fit for the most petite of paws.
Pet Pawsabilities™ Small Dog Boots
Easy to put on and easy to adjust, Pet Pawsabilities™ dog boots are the best choice for your small dog:
- Easy On/Off. No hassle use for even the most energic of dogs.
- 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, reflective wraparound strap allows for maximum comfort and high visibility at night.
How to measure your dog's paws for the right fit:
Small Dog Breeds Need Special Care
Small dog paws work overtime. While larger breeds may cover a distance in 100 steps, it may take a small dog 400 steps to cover that same distance! Pet Pawsabilities™ Small Dog Boots will protect their paws, every step of the way.
Small dogs may not feel as small as they really are—and they may need extra care from you to keep them safe. Consider their daily routines, and how you’ve adapted to meet the needs of your pint-sized pup. Take the time to view your surroundings as they might. Is the couch too high up for them to safely jump on and off? Does the fence in the yard have small openings that they could wiggle out of? With training, socialization, and safe surroundings, your small dog can live its big life to the fullest.
Specific Breeds Have Special Grooming Needs
No matter the size of your dog, each breed has special grooming needs. Big or small, pups that sport a curly do, long hair or short, will require their own grooming routine. Curly-haired breeds shed differently than other breeds and may need daily brushing. Dogs with long hair are more prone to ear infections and benefit from weekly ear cleanings.
Small dogs require a different calorie intake than big dogs to keep them healthy from their paws up. Working harder for every movement, smaller breeds typically burn energy at a faster rate than their larger friends. This means that small dogs may need more calories per pound than larger dogs to keep them on the move.
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