Hunts. I hunt in Oklahoma, and we have a lot of sand burrs. These boots are the best. I have been hunting quail for over 50 years.
Product Rating: 5 out of 5-stars. Review ID: 13437 Reviewed: 2014-09-05
"Ran for two hours and the boot stayed put and protected the foot."
By: Andy Oconnell From MN
Hunts. The video for these boots was excellent. Just follow what it shows and these boots work great. I just used one on an injured front paw. I took her out to chase pheasants. Ran for two hours and the boot stayed put and protected the foot.
Product Rating: 5 out of 5-stars. Review ID: 14305 Reviewed: 2014-10-07
Customer Review #18755
By: Janelle From WI
Hunts. They work pretty well. Had to trim the back a little because they rubbed on the carpal pad. Also be careful not to get them too tight. Really saved on the feet while hunting in some poor conditions!
Product Rating: 5 out of 5-stars. Review ID: 18755 Reviewed: 2015-02-17
"Very pleased with this product"
By: Steve Conely From MN
Hunts. Family pet. My dog lost 2 toes in a snare 2 years ago. Used her pheasant hunting last year. Was three legging it after 2 days with another boot. She hunted 4 days with little to no discomfort this year. Very pleased with this product.
Product Rating: 5 out of 5-stars. Review ID: 24233 Reviewed: 2015-10-22
Customer Review #26314
By: Laurie From NM
Family pet. I have had Siberians for 40 years. I have been unable to put these boots on most of them, but my current dog allows it. I use boots in the snow to prevent ice balls. I may use them in the summer in hot sand and rocks and cactus. The Lewis boots stay on better, and are more durable than any other boot that I have tried. And I have tried many! The only minus is that they are harder to put on and remove. Dewclaws are less of an issue with these boots than with many. The front boots are still a bit tricky with the carpal pad and dewclaws. The boots still tend to creep forward, but at least they rarely come all the way off. Siberian legs and paws are not shaped quite like hound legs and paws. I like Vetrap and wide first aid tape better than duct tape. I would suggest watching the excellent video on this site.
Product Rating: 5 out of 5-stars. Review ID: 26314 Reviewed: 2016-01-08
Customer Review #30755
By: Shandell Wilson From OR
Hunts. Only boot that has stayed on my dog after she ran a race!
Product Rating: 5 out of 5-stars. Review ID: 30755 Reviewed: 2016-07-21
Customer Review #31401
By: Ryan OKuinghttons From CO
Family pet. I use these boots for an old dog who is losing mobility and requires boots to protect his feet from dragging. I really like the fit, the molded design works much better than standard tube sock style dog booties. The rubber is thin, which I solved by having the shoe repair shop put an extra sole onto the bottom.
Product Rating: 4 out of 5-stars. Review ID: 31401 Reviewed: 2016-09-01
Customer Review #25755
By: Chad Dare From CO
I'm sure people that use this boot love it if they hunt a couple of hours per day. It is not for the dog that works 8-10 hours at a time. He gets hot spots in the tops of his toes and on his legs where the boot rubs. It seems to just transfer the hot spots and raw spots from the bottom of his feet to a different spot on the top of his feet and legs.
Product Rating: 3 out of 5-stars. Review ID: 25755 Reviewed: 2015-12-22
Customer Review #18958
By: Gary Dodson From PA
Family pet. Boots didnt fit. XL fit back paws. Too small for front. 2X were way too big on front paws.
Product Rating: 2 out of 5-stars. Review ID: 18958 Reviewed: 2015-02-26
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Video of Lewis Unvented Rubber Dog Boots -- Individual Boot
Lewis Dog Boots protect your dog's feet from sand burrs, rocks, and brush, and can also protect an injured foot or sore pad. These are the most durable boots we have seen to date. They are light, pliable, and very tough. Lewis Boots are made of tire tread rubber with a tread on the sole to increase the life of the boot and for non-slip traction.
Secure Lewis Dog Boots to your dog's feet with waterproof adhesive tape.
UNVENTED LEWIS DOG BOOT SIZING:
M - up to 2.75 inches long (approx. 2 1/2" wide)
L - up to 3.25 inches long (approx. 2 3/4" wide)
XL - up to 3.50 inches long (approx. 3" wide)
Measure from the back of the dog's heel (pad) to the end of the longest toenail. Measure both the front and back feet as they sometimes vary and use the larger measurement of the two. Made in the USA.
We've provided a printable sizing chart below:
Dog Boot Sizing Chart Download Lewis Unvented Rubber Dog Boots Sizing Chart, downloadable in .pdf format. Click here
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