PawZ protect the paws from hot pavement
On hot summer days, dark asphalt roads absorb a ton of heat. It’s General Science 101. I’m sure you’ve heard the expression that you could fry an egg on the road. It’s true, and your dog’s paws can suffer thermal injury too. PawZ boots can protect your dog’s paws from painful burns.
Snow, ice, sleet…on the opposite end of the spectrum from sizzling paws are freezing paws. One of my main concerns here is preventing ice balls forming on furry dog paws. PawZ boot are a good solution for this problem.
Why do dogs walk weird with boots on?
Shoes restrict a dog’s natural ability to feel and grip the ground the same way they do barefoot. This causes stiff gait, so their stride resembles a trot. Shoes can make them slip on a wet or icy surface. Their attempt to shake the boots off leads to an amusing display of clumsiness.
Can dogs run with boots on?
Boots offer protection for your dog’s feet. When there’s snow on the ground, for example, the boots keep your dog’s feet dry and away from poisonous ice melt products. If you like to run on the road, the boots keep his paws separated from the hot asphalt, allowing him to run with you longer.
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Are PawZ good for winter?