Cabela's Rugged Dog Boots

Priced: $39.99 Rated:   - 2 stars out of 5 by 4 reviews.
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Cabela's Rugged Dog Boots -
Wrap a dog’s paws in professional-grade protection. Rubberized soles (made from recycled tires) and heavy-duty nylon uppers shed thorns, gravel, ice, hot pavement and other paw-unfriendly obstacles. Plus, they grip slick surfaces for slip-free security. Double hook-and-loop attachment straps and foam ankle pads reliably and comfortably secure these boots on the busiest, hardest-working dogs. Per pair.
Sizes:S(2-1/4"-2-3/4"), M(2-3/4"-3-1/4"), L(3-1/4"-3-3/4"), XL(3-3/4"-4-1/4").
Note: Size based on the width of the dog's paws.
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Cabela's Rugged Dog Boots Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

OK foot protection

I have used these on several hunts with my lab. I used the paw measurement to buy the boots and I should have gone up a size. They do work, but the Velcro is a bit short around his ankle above the paw. To their credit they have stayed attached and he is a hard hunter. It would have been better if they made the straps a little longer.
bearbeliever at Cabelas on 11/29/2013

Negative Reviews:

adequate protection

These boots work for foot protection, however, the straps are just too short to secure them to my dogs ankles. The height is also a bit short. I started with the size measured according to the Cabelas Expert chart, but my dog ran right out of them. After getting the next smaller size, they still get pulled off when my dog gets in snow or mud. I just cant get them tight enough to stay on which I suspect is due to the short straps.
Anonymous at Cabelas on 02/01/2014

Not worth the cost

I quail hunt in south Texas. The terrain is sandy with tons of grass burrs. After 3 days of usage all the rubber bottoms were torn and filled with sand. They just don't hold up to rough conditions.
texasarcher at Cabelas on 11/20/2013

no boots

he lets us put the boots on him. and then proceeded to do everything he could to get them off. they just didn't work for our dog.
altarz at Cabelas on 12/24/2013