Traction boots are designed to prevent slipping on hardwood or tile floors and for outside light duty on snow and grass. Eight sizes - from very small to very large dogs - with our patented comfort foam pad to keep the boot on, with a generous traction patch on the sole!
Black, sold as a set of four boots
$17.95 - $21.95, based on the size
U.S. Patent 7,971,557.
Canadian Patent 2,486,628.
Foam comfort pad helps keep the boots on!
Patented design for indoor traction and light use outside in the snow.
Check out the Dog Boot Use Chart for other boots suited for outdoor use.
Traction for senior dogs or ones with hip conditions who are having trouble slipping on hardwood or tile floors.
Fleece keeps paws warm and protected from snow balls in light snow conditions.
Fleece is breathable.
Generous super-grip sole patch prevents sliding on wood and tile floors.
Fastens on your dog's paw with one Velcro® strap.
Fleece is not water resistant in wet snow conditions.
To prevent puncture of fabric, keep your dogs nails trimmed
Loosely fasten Velcro closure, wash in cold water delicate cycle; hang to air dry.
The boots fit well and they have helped my old dog to get better traction on our hardwood floors. They fit very well. The only problem is that the traction pad is already wearing off in just a couple of weeks. Perhaps one of the other boot styles would work better for the old gal. At any rate thses boot are doing quite well so far.Bob
11th Apr 2015
Probably better for indoor usage than outdoor usage
I purchased these boots specifically for the climate that I am in. We don't get a lot of snow during the winter, but the dead grass is still dirty and mucky during winter.
I bought a size smaller than my dogs paw, as there was a mention that the boot material will stretch. I have found that the material did stretch. But that was okay due to the size that I ordered.
What I have also found is: that one of the soles fell off a boot after 20 outside usage. I have also found that the velcro is larger or stiffer, so there are about 2 boots that will fall off all the time. I figured out that by tightening the velcro around the paw at an angle, that I only have 1 boot that falls off. I have now started using an elastic band to keep the 1 remaining boot that still falls off, on.Leanne J
28th Mar 2015
They are the best and most comfortable boots for my dog that I have found.Unknown
25th Feb 2015
Im a repeat customer. Always looking for boot for better traction for my 180# Irish Wolfhound babies.
This company has Excellent customer service.
I would repeat buy in a heart beat.
Thank you for having this product for slick floors.celtichoundmom
2nd Feb 2015
they are better than nothing
I bought them for my greyhound that is afraid of wood floors due to slipping. they work great when they don't twist around...So you have to monitor them for twisting.
Ultra Paws Comments: Thanks for taking the time to review the boots! Greyhounds are tough to fit with their long, narrow paws. The Durable dog boots, with the two strap closure system and expanded traction on the sole may be a better option for you.Unknown
31st Jan 2015
These are decent boots, but as far as traction goes, they aren't great. My dog still has a little bit of trouble getting up on our wood floors, so they could be grippier. Also with the booties being fleece, recommend at least 1 size smaller. They tend to slip around so that the traction pad is on top so the dog is walking on the fleece tops.
Ultra Paws Comments: Thanks for taking the time to review the boots! Tighten the straps securely to avoid them turning. Some dogs, especially senior dogs, twist their paws when they're getting up, and the Durable dog boot with an expanded traction pad and two straps, may provide better performance.Richard
29th Jan 2015
Not as good as the Ultrapaws Snow and Go
I was excited to try these. They weren't bad, didn't fall off (I put them on tight), but my dog was definitely less comfortable in them compared to the Snow and Go boots, and the boots also spun on her feet.
Ultra Paws Comments: Thanks for taking the time to review the boots! We work with so many dogs and it sounds like your friend really likes the lightweight feel of the Snow & Go boots instead of the cushy fleece.Unknown
29th Jan 2015
Our 11 pound J Russell mix is active and the boots seem to hold until he decides to do his digging routine. Solution, we attached the "string" from bootie to bootie to help hold them and to make sure they do not get lost. The protection for the little guys paws is the thing. These booties are great.
Suggest manufacturer provide detachable cord from bootie to bootie. Ever see the movie Christmas Story? I wore those mittens attached by a cord in my snow suit - and our little pooch does just fine.
20th Jan 2015
I like these boots for my dog and he doesn't seem to mind them either. However, I have a question: Why have you changed your size labeling? The first set I purchased (a couple of years ago) was a XS which, with the new labeling, is now a Petite. The new XS size is huge and doesn't match the size guide found on the packaging. I have a Mini Schnauzer and he should wear a XS. I think there should be a size (fit wise) that falls in between the petite and XS. Otherwise a great product!Unknown
18th Jan 2015
Helpful, but not perfect
These are nice in that they are lightweight, soft/plush and are easy off and on. I just wish there was a surefire way to get them not to twist around, as with a fleece boot, if it does flip around, it is even slipperier for the dog than not wearing the boots. The foam pad in the back helps and if you put the boot on as tight as you can it is less likely to move, but there is still movement. That said, my dog is still more confident with them on than without, so I would recommend them.Anne Efron
14th Jan 2015