Dog Booties at Dog Booties
At Dog Booties, they sure take their doggie gear seriously. Their motto? Function, not fashion. Now I realize that I have not had a dog since I was a child, but when did “fashion” become important to dogs? OK, OK, I guess they deserve a little black dress for their night out on the town. Anyway, I digress, back to the booties. At Dog Booties, the list is available for their different types, and all are listed at $2.50 per bootie. These booties are particularly for sled dogs. OK, that one I understand.
Dog Booties at Muttluks
Muttluks has booties for all different dogs, and sizes, as they have a convenient sizing chart . Muttlucks states that because of it constantly listening to their customers (woof) and making changes as needed, they remain up to date. They also pride themselves on continually testing their booties.
Muttluks Inc. 2360 Midland Avenue, Unit 3,
Toronto, ON Canada
Email: [email protected]
Tel: 1-888-MUTTLUK (688-8585) Toronto Line: 416-699-6922
Dog Booties at Hands and Paws
OK, now we’re talking! Found some hot biker boots for those biker doggies out there. These are a must see . These booties are for small doggies. A direct quote from the biker bootie page…”Your pooch will be ready to throw some hoops in the dog park! Set of four .” That one I want to see for sure!!! These come in at $48.00.
Dog Booties at PawZ
At Pawz they promise protection from heat, cold, infection and claim that dogs “love them”. They have booties for dogs types from a-y, sorry folks I guess there’s no z named dog. They also have a convenient sizing chart. The website claims: “world’s only disposable and reusable, waterproof dog boot…are 100% biodegradable”
Dog Booties at Ruffwear
At Ruffwear, they offer dog gear for that dog “on the go”. You can view their dog bootie products here. For $49.99 you can purchase doggie his “Bark’n Boots™ Skyliner™ every day paw protection”. Here, size does matter, and they have from xxxs to xl and have very detailed instructions and pictures on how to measure your best friend.
When I read the article Weaning Your Dog, Safely, from Anti-Depressant Medication Usage by Christine Cadena I could not help but laugh, I’m really sorry Christine, and I’m not putting you down, just having a little fun. So anyway, perhaps the dog doesn’t need anti-depressants, maybe he/she just needs those hot biker boots to boost his/her self-esteem.