RedHead® Deluxe Kevlar Dog Boots
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Spend more time enjoying good work from your dogs in the field and less time ridding your hunting companion's feet of troublesome stickers, thorns, and cactus tines with RedHead Kevlar Dog Boots in Realtree Max-4® Camo. Our RedHead Pros carefully designed and re-designed these dog boots until they came up with the perfect combination of secure protection, fit, and comfort. These dog boots offer a higher top with wrap-around velcro straps to keep them securely on your dog's feet. Solid neoprene construction with strong kevlar protection on the foot and shin. Easy on and off. No-slip bottom, great for snow and ice protection or traction on rough, dry, or rocky terrain. Super light weight, will not hinder your dog's performance. Set of 4 dog boots. Imported.
Fitting Instructions: Measure your dog's paw on the ground under full weight from the front tip of the toenail to the back of the heel. Pick the size from the chart to determine the size your dog needs.
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Rated 4 out of 5 by PHunter Good product
I purchased these boots to protect my GSP front feet after a foot infection. My dog is out in the field a lot during pheasant season. The boots fit well even though they sent me 3 boots labeled large and one labeled medium. I taped them on with athletic tape to insure a good fit. The boots lasted for about 10 trips then the bottoms gave out so if your looking for something to use many, many times, these will not hold up. So don't believe the bulletproof claim. They did. however, serve there purpose for me.
January 1, 2008
Rated 4 out of 5 by Semper Fi Get the right fit
Used these boots on my GSP here in the New Mexico Desert from the sand hills to the foot hills after both Blue @ Bob White Quail. Every thing here either sticks stings or bites. I had to Go one size smaller than the info recomended to get a good fit . Now i spend more time hunting and less time removing stickers, Rocky likes that. I also prefer to use the medical tape that adhers to itself rather than duct tape. OOOrah
September 13, 2007
Rated 4 out of 5 by QuailCrazy Pretty good
I bought a set for my GSP. We hunt quail in the So Cal desert where there's lots of cactus needles and other poky things on the ground. The boots only picked up two stickers in two trips. The stickers were turned and never entered the dog's foot. On a non-booted trip to this area, I would normally remove numerous stickers from her feet.
The boots fit all four feet fine. I did duct tape them on to be sure that she didn't lose them. They were easy to install and remove. The velcro worked well.
I ran her for a total of about 10 hours (three trips) in the boots. The first 8 hours (two trips) was in sand and smooth river rock and the boots held up fine. The last two hours were on sharp, rough rock and she wore holes in all four of the boots. I'm buying a second set but I've got a cheaper set that I'll be using on rough rock.
So, bottom line is they fit all feet fine; they're great for sandy and smooth rock surfaces; they turn or repel cactus needles and other stickers well; they don't hold up on rough or sharp rock surfaces but that's not what I bought them for.
January 6, 2007
Rated 1 out of 5 by PheasantHunter They Just Don't Fit
not used these before, but I've tried two sizes on my dog, and neither
of them are comfortable enough for her to wear. She is a 90 lb. Lab,
and the boots just do not fit her correctly. Now, I'm stuck with four
teflon/neoprene dog boots. Perhaps they would make nice gifts as
handbags for the women in my life at Christmas.
November 10, 2006
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