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Product DescriptionKeep your best friend's feet protected with Hi-Top Dog Boots, Large/KW-1 Camo from Avery Outdoors. These boots feature an 8" neoprene upper and molded sole, so they're great for use on ice, snow and frozen ground. The 29" strap wraps around four times and hits eight attachment points for a secure fit. Machine washable, do not tumble dry. Paw size from back of paw to tip of claw: M(2.5"), L(3"), XL(4"). 4-pack.
Warranty: 1 year
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Q:How many dog boots are included for the $24.99 priceAsked on 11/14/2009 by Anonymous
A:It is a 4 pack.Answered on 11/16/2009 by Matt from Gander Tech
Q:My dog has a pad injury and I was wondering if these would be good to put over her bandages. Also are there any problems with slipping on asphalt if the dog is running? Are these breathable?Asked on 5/4/2009 by LuckyLabOwner from Rochester, MN
A:Yes these boots work really well for a dog with pad injuries. My dog has to wear one and it has helped his paw to heal well. No there is no problem with them slipping they are very similar to tennis shoes.Answered on 3/10/2010 by Shelly with shoes from IL
Q:Do these boots protect the paws from thorns? Can the dog swim in them?Asked on 4/9/2009 by Anonymous
A:These boots will provide protection from the elements and nature. A dog can swim in them as they are made out of a lightweight neoprene.Answered on 4/10/2009 by Matt from Gander Tech
Q:is the price for a set (set being 2 of 4) and what is shipping cost
I ask because I have seen listed per bootAsked on 12/19/2008 by toby from hamilton on
A:A set comes with four Boots.Answered on 12/30/2008 by Ale from Denver, CO
Q:how do the sizes runAsked on 12/5/2008 by ernie from wisconsin rapids, wi.
A:Sizes run on the size of the paw by inches. My dog's paw is three inches long, which would be a large, but I found that whatever the chart says, get a size smaller. So I'm getting my dog a size medium.Answered on 12/30/2008 by Ale from Denver, CO