Ultra Paws Rugged Boots, set of four, red

Ultra Paws Rugged Dog Boots

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    Designed for active hard charging dogs when extra sole protection is needed. Incorporating the same design as the Ultra Paws Durable boot, it has a recycled tire sole, about 50% thicker than the Durable sole, and suited for tougher conditions. This is the boot for hunters, urban settings on asphalt or concrete, snow, and protection from salt in the winter.

    • Four sizes based on width of paw.
    • $37.95 to $39.95 depending on size, for a set of four boots.
    • U.S. Patent 7,971,557.
    • Canadian Patent 2,486,628. Other patents pending.



    • Easy to put on - difficult to slip off.
    • Small 2 1/4" width; Medium 2 3/4" width; Large 3 1/4" width; XLarge 4" width
    • Side seams open wide - making it easy to put on the boot.
    • Two Velcro® straps with slides fasten the boots.
    • Foam at the closure cushions the dog's foot when the boot is tightened.
    • The foam creates a secure grip - these boots stay on!
    • Tough, water resistant 1000 denier nylon material with the top of the toe wrapped.
    • The sole is a recycled tire material that is flexible, skid resistant and durable.
    • The sole performs in wet and dry, hot and cold conditions and is suited for tougher conditions.
    • To extend the life of your boots we recommend applying Shoe Goo to patch small holes in the sole that can appear with wear. Some hunters will pre-apply Shoe Goo when in extreme conditions. See Product SG.



    • Loosely fasten Velcro closure, wash in cold water delicate cycle; hang to air dry.


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    1. Exactly the product I was looking for

      After several years of hiking with my dog..I looked for reliable paw protection for her..The Ultra Paw Rugged Booties offer that..well made product.. on 19th Apr 2018

    2. Not perfect, but better than everything else I've tried

      We've tried other boots before, but these are definitely sturdier. My 120 pound, 11 year old Irish wolfhound shuffles like the little old man he is, wearing down his pads. Other booties we've tried, including UltraPaws Durable boots, barely made it through a week before the holes in them rendered them useless. These are already at 2.5 weeks and the minor holes and tears have been reinforced with Shoe Goo and are still in good condition. I'm hoping not to need the other 2 boots (I bought the set of 4) for some time, but I do have them available when needed. on 30th Mar 2018

    3. Good product

      Our senior Giant Schnauzer has toenail problems and needs protection for our daily walks. These boots seem sturdy and so far, have worked well. They are not the easiest to put on and secure, but are worth the effort. We haven't had them very long, but so far, believe the boots are a good investment. on 12th Mar 2018


      Thank you, ULTRA PAWS...our order arrived today, and we appreciate your Courteous & Prompt Service !
      Once again, our Beloved Afghan "Waylon" is prepared to venture into the seasons ahead...now with his "Rugged Boots", and soon with his "Cool Boots"...comfy & protected in any terrain & weather !

      on 1st Mar 2018

    5. Could not keep them on

      These boots were made well but I could not keep them on his paw correctly. Every couple minutes I would find them riding down on his paw and flopping. I would stop, reposition them, and a couple minutes later, the same problem exist.

      on 28th Feb 2018

    6. Our Second Set this Season

      I like the small improvements to the boots: Lower collar pad is a little thicker. Reflective stripe was added. Very happy they upgraded the material covering the toes! Buddy is a 95 lb., 23 month old Golden doodle (boot size LG) with WAY too much energy! Large, painful ice balls would form on the long fur between his toes and rock salt was brutal too. These boots stay on through 3-4 mile walks, 2 or 3 ft. of snow, rough play with other big dogs or crunching through ice/snow piles from the plows. The rubber soles are tough (You can't see what thorns, glass or metal they might get hurt by when it's under the snow). Only complaint was the flimsy top toe covering was quickly shredded by concrete side walks (Think of grade school kids dragging their boots) but I think the upgrade will help. Great protection from excess licking if there's a foot injury to avoid the cone of shame. Scuba flipper walk the first 20 sec. is still hilarious. on 21st Feb 2018

    7. booties that stay on!

      Previous booties fly off when the dog sprints in the snow. Not these.

      Our dog is a small poodle lab mix with feet just larger than the small size. We have the medium booties, which are a bit large and, unfortunately, velcro down right over his dewclaw.

      Still, they work great and the dog doesn't seem to mind when he's out in them -- over salted roads and sidewalks and into untracked snow, happily frolicking.

      However, more than anything else, he hates having them put on. He'll stand uncomfortably to don pawz ballon like rubber booties [0] , and gives his best "please no" doe eyes when forced to put on a coat. But, when I even reach for these booties, he books it up the stairs, to the far side of a table, or anywhere the booties are not.

      [0] medium size with plenty of (recently clipped) nail perforations
      on 19th Jan 2018

    8. Happy Havanesse Paws

      Did alot of reseach & this product way out walks the competitors. They stay on paws and the inside foam molds giving extra assurance that they wount slip off. on 14th Jan 2018

    9. Will take some getting used to

      The small size seems a little big for our dog, but I guess we'll keep 'em since there isn't a smaller option, as there are with other Ultra Paws boots models.

      The quality, design and feel of the boots all seem pretty good.

      We made our dog practice wearing the boots inside and he was very awkward the entire time. Although quite funny to watch, he obviously needs a lot more practice to become comfortable wearing boots. Don't feel bad, he got a lot of treats during his practice session.
      on 11th Jan 2018

    10. So Far, So Good...

      Hoped to get delivery before New Years skiing holiday, but "priority shipping" apparently wasn't so my 22 month old 95 lbs. Goldendoodle has only worn his large size durable boots 4 times. At first it was a bit of an ordeal for all involved, but the recommended "one foot at a time, lots of praise and treats" helped. Watching Buddy try to walk around the kitchen with his new boots was truly hilarious (He looked like a scuba diver who forgot to take off his flippers!) But during our first walk on both icy sidewalks and 2-3 ft. snowy lawns it took him a good 1.5 miles before he paid any attention to those things on his paws! I was shocked at how little snow got in, even after playing deep snow catch with his football post walk. One boot came off today during intense snow play with another big Doodle we met. To be fair, I don't think superglue or woodscrews could have kept it on, so I was amazed only one came off! Oh, make sure the fabric at the openings doesn't fold over at the wrist when velcro-ing, the crease can rub and irritate. Happy puppy/happy owner!!! on 4th Jan 2018

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