Hott Doggers offer warmth & protect pads from snow and ice outdoors
Lightweight dog boots offer traction on smooth surfaces indoors
Great way to protect hardwood floors and boat decks from toenail scratches
Provide comfort, warmth and protection at an affordable price with lightweight Hott Doggers. Fleece boots feature non-skid vinyl soles that offer traction on smooth surfaces like hardwood, as well as a protective barrier that keeps ice and snow from collecting between your dog's pads. Hott Doggers also protect your hardwood floors, boat decks, and other easily-scratched surfaces from sharp toenails. Velcro® brand fastener combined with an ankle cuff keep boots firmly fixed. Inner fleece keeps paw cushioned and warm. Machine washable. Set of 4 boots. Please specify red or black.
Sizes: Itty Bitty 1-1/2", XXSmall 2-1/4", XSmall 2-3/4", Small 3-1/4", Medium 3-3/4", Large 4-1/4", XLarge 4-3/4", XXLarge 5-1/2".
VELCRO® is a registered trademark of Velcro Industries B.V.
Please click on "More Information" to get a printable size chart.
Snow and ice between the toes of dogs can be very painful and, if large enough, can obstruct blood flow to the toes. Dog boots help eliminate this problem in dogs. Dog boots also protect against irritating salt and are a must for sensitive feet. They come in various styles and sizes. Be sure to measure your pet's foot so you know what size will be best.
Dog Boots Size Chart
To get our printed size chart:
Click on 'Actual Size' from the toolbar at the upper right (second image from right), then print the page.
Select boot size by measuring your pet's paw against the size chart.
Order the correct size below.
Or, trace your dog's paw:
Measure by tracing from the back of the paw to the tip of where the two middle toes come together, including the toenails. Please refer to the chart below for approximate sizing. If between sizes, a snug fit is better than a loose one.
Frostbite primarily affects the ears, tail, and feet of cats and dogs. By providing adequate shelter or keeping your pet indoors during sub-zero temperatures, you can prevent this painful condition from occurring.