Preventive Benefits of Paw Protection For The Dog

Preventive Benefits of Paw Protection For The Dog

Snow/Ice/Snow Crystals/Slush
In a climate with lots of snow your dog’s paws can get painfully cold or even get frost bite. The paws can also get snow crystals between the toes. If a dog spends any length of time in these conditions, it should wear shoes or boots. The suspenders will prevent any dog footwear from being lost in the snow.

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Cold/Chemicals/Salt/Broken Ice
In a cold climate region, without snow on the ground these conditions can still cause frost bite to your dog’s paws. Cracked ice can cut paws, salt and chemicals for melting snow can also be toxic to dogs. Again Snuggy Boots can protect your dog from injury. Protect your dog from the pain and freezing conditions in this kind of weather.

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Hot Asphalt/Concrete
When outside temperatures are in the upper nineties asphalt becomes very hot. A dog should not walk on such hot asphalt for even a short distance. The bottom of their paw pads can become blistered instantly.

Concrete is less likely to become as hot as asphalt but in a desert type environment concrete could also become very hot.

This is when a set of Snuggy Boots should be kept at hand for just such an occasion. When you really care about your pet, it is best to take a couple minutes to put on the boots/suspenders. You will be glad you did and so will your dog.

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Hot Sand
Sand on a beach or in a desert environment can become uncomfortably hot. For the comfort and protection of your pet, Snuggy Boots should be worn.

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Coarse Surfaces
Watch out for lime rock paths and gravel roads. These can cause serious damage to paw pads. Asphalt and concrete can also have coarse surfaces which can quickly remove skin from the bottom of the paw pads.

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Sand Spurs/Cactus/Thorny Plants
Vegetation along hiking trails, wooded areas, beaches and in parks, present numerous hazards. Sand spurs, cactus, gum tree burrs, pine cones, and thorny vines are just a few hazards. Areas grown up with weeds create an environment that calls for using Snuggy Boots as a precaution.

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Broken Glass/Nails/Metal
Construction sites, parks and junk yards are just a few areas that call for precautionary protective footwear.

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Kool Deck
Often overlooked is the hazardous conditions presented by Kool Deck coating and similar pool deck finishing surfaces. Many dogs love to be in water. They spend a lot of time in the water with their owners and the children. Pads are softened by the water and when the dog comes out of the water they cut their paws on the coarse slip resistant deck.

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Rough Terrain, Rocks, Mountain Trails
Hiking on rough terrain, mountain trails and climbing around rocks is another environment where dogs need to wear Snuggy Boots for protection.

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Long Runs Beside Bicycles
Some dogs love to run alongside your bicycle. If the dog will be running very far, such as a mile or more, there is a potential for wearing paw pads to bare flesh. Snuggy Boots will avoid this potential injury.

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Hunting Expeditions
Some hunters like to use footwear for protecting their dog’s paws. Again, Snuggy Boots can keep the footwear on so there is no lapse in protection. This also assures the dog will come back with all the boots.

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