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Wound Boot for Dogs

Wound Boot for Dogs

Price: $25.00

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Having a dog with a hurt paw can present several challenges. The Would Boot for Dogs is the perfect solution! This boot is designed with breathable material to allow air in and around the wound area for fast healing. The bottom of the boot is constructed with a non-skid material, which provides traction indoors.


  • Breathable material design with a non-skid bottom
  • Improves healing
  • Prevents infection
  • Spandex sides allow for different healing stages - expands to cover a bandage or cast and contracts to continue the healing process when bandages are removed
  • Two velcro straps with closure at the front and back help to secure the boot in place
  • Helps to restrict licking or chewing of wound sites
  • Available Color:  Red
  • Price is for a single boot 

Sizing Instructions Without Bandage:

  • Small - 1 1/4 in paw width
  • Medium - 2 1/4 in paw width
  • Large - 3 1/4 in paw width

Note:  If your dog is wearing a bandage, wrap or cast, a measurement of the circumference of the paw may help obtain a more proper fit. Use a sewing tape to measure around the bulkiest are of the wrap on your dog's paw. 

Sizing Instructions with a Bandage, Wrap or Cast:

  • Small - Fits a circumference range of 4 1/2 in - 6 1/2 in
  • Medium - Fits a circumference range of 6 1/2 in - 9 1/2 in
  • Large - Fits a circumference range of 7 1/2 in - 11 in

Care Instructions:

  • Loosely fasten the velcro straps
  • Wash in cold water on a delicate cycle
  • Hang to dry
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Does anybody have this boot and can it be warn for long periods of time? My GSD has lost 5 toenails on 3 feet and the last nail torn off, is not healing and we are looking for something that he can use to keep from chewing it. He has chewed the kwik off and into his pad. We purchased boots for him to wear, however, he cannot wear them for long periods of time. He wears these when he needs to go outside for going potty. Then we have to closely watch him or put him in his soft cone. This is generally for several hours while we are working or overnight.
Angel H on Jul 22, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I think it would be safe for the dog to wear this for hours at a time. Do you plan on keeping it bandaged? We purchased this boot to keep our dog from licking the lick granuloma that he created just above his paw. However, he did soon rip the seam open to get at the sore. He is a large dog so can reach the spot even with his e-collar. We tried a cheap pair of booties, but he managed to start a new sore just above the one he couldn't reach. Our vet suggested a sock tied with scotch tape( We used a little Velcro cable tie). It does deter him from licking for a while, but if the can't get it off, he will lick right through the sock. Muttlucks did work pretty well over the winter. He also manages to rip off any kind of self adhering breathable stretch bandages, though the bandage with sock or boot over did deter the licking for the longest amount of time. Did you look at the bandages for dogs on Amazon?
Do you have a WATERPROOF bootie we can put over our Sheltie's bandaged paw? We need to keep her bandage dry when she urinates and/or walks outside after it rains. I like your bootie above as it looks easy to put on over a bandage without causing pain. Most booties I am seeing looks like they are tight and would cause pain in getting them on. I also wonder if your booties it would really stay on her? We have tried several and she can easily pull them off, or they just plain come off as soon as she walks.
Janice C on Sep 28, 2013
BEST ANSWER: Thanks, Chuck. We are trying several brands of booties. She is good at pulling them off, so we must still keep a soft cone on her most of the time. The vet says she absolutely can not chew her paws at all as we finally have the infection under control and her paws are healing, though very very slowly.
Is this waterproof? We need to protect our Sheltie's bandaged paw from getting wet when she urinates or it has rained. We currently cover her paw with a long, plastic bag (newspaper delivered in) / rubberband every time we take her out. Do you have a waterproof bootie we can slip over her bandaged paw that won't cause her pain putting it on?
A shopper on Sep 28, 2013
BEST ANSWER: The Wound Boot is not waterproof, as it is breathable for healing. However, the Cold Weather Dog Boots, Durable Dog Boots, Rugged Dog Boots and Traction Dog Boots are all water-resistant or have waterproof soles.
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