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Material: High-quality rubber for outdoor mountaineering. The rubber outsole is wear-resistant and scratch-resistant, soft, and has excellent elasticity, cold and high temperature resistance. Because rubber is a polymer compound. Therefore, the sole has high elasticity, high wear resistance, can withstand multiple bending, stretching, and compression without being damaged, improving comfort and reaction speed, and not easy to slip. The special texture design can instantly absorb the ground and strengthen the stability of the sole when it is in contact with the ground.
Sole features: high elasticity, shock absorption, wear resistance, anti-slip
Features: easy to wear and wear, strong, waterproof, safe and comfortable, fine workmanship, simple and fashionable appearance
The benefits of wearing shoes for dogs:
①Wearing shoes when walking the dog, small paws do not bring dirt from the outside to the house, so that the family can touch more safely
②The temperature of the road outside wearing shoes in summer is very high to prevent scalding feet
③No need to wash your feet. Walking the dog home. Washing the dog’s feet is a very painful thing. There will be small footprints everywhere in the house.
④ Wear shoes indoors to prevent damage and prevent dog paws from damaging sofas, floors, and sofas in cars
⑤Protect the soles of the feet. If a large dog runs on a concrete floor without the protection of shoes, the feet will basically wear out
⑥It can also prevent sharp objects from hurting the soles of the feet
⑦You must wear it on a snowy day. Sprinkle coarse salt in the city as a snow-melting agent, and the coarse salt will be caught between the dog’s paws. Rain and snow-melting agent irritate the paws greatly.
Note: error(within 1-3cm) are allowed for it is measured by hands.
How To Figure Your Dog Feet Size?
Shoes need to be larger about 0.5cm than dog feet(paste feet)
1. Place the paw on a piece of paper and press down on the top, mimicking how the paw spreads when the dog is walking;
2. Mark the left and right sides on the paper and measure the distance (length and width) between the marks. ^_^