NEW Woodrow Wear Power Paws Advanced Small Black Grey

  • $29.99


Product Features

  • Product Dimensions 1.75-2.0x1.75-2.0
  • Weight Capacity 25-45
  • Material Cotton
  • Typical breeds American Eskimo, Beagle, small bulldogs

Description

Power Paws are the only sock solution available in 13 sizes across two foot shapes! This ensures a great fit for virtually all breeds, and all dogs from 6 pounds to 240 pounds. The Advanced socks are the only product available that offers a reinforced toe -- a feature that is useful for dogs with long nails, and those with neurological issues that might involve tapping a toe or dragging a foot. (See Power Paws Reinforced Foot for a ruggedized whole foot area). Power Paws are a year 'round outdoor solution for protecting paws from the elements. In the summer, they protect paws from scorching pavement and other hot surfaces. In the winter, spray Power Paws with Scotchgard or other waterproofing spray to keep the paws warm and dry while keeping snow, ice, and salt off paws. All year, but especially during spring and fall allergies, Power Paws are the only non-drug solution for dust, dirt, grass, and pollen issues. They also help keep paw wounds clean while providing air flow for healing. Which foot shape do I need? Most dogs wear Power Paws, but choose the Greyhound Edition if the pad group on the bottom of the paw is far longer than it is wide (officially called "hare foot") . More than Greyhounds and Poodles can have hare feet. And some dogs, especially the working and herding breeds, can have very different front and back paws. How do I know if I need Power Paws Advanced or Power Paws Reinforced Foot? The Advanced (with a reinforced toe) will work well for most dogs. Dogs that do rugged activities outdoors (like camping, hiking, hunting) and those walking on abrasive surfaces (like sand or pool decks) plus those that wear or drag in an area other than the toe, will benefit from the more durable Reinforced Foot product. How do I know what size to get? The weight and breed guides are a good way to determine size, but they are based on averages. The foot print guide is another check on the size. Unfortunately, some bree