. We have many customers in Arizona and Nevada who wear the boots in the summer to act as a barrier from the extreme heat radiating from the pavement. Most owners have reported that they take their dogs out early in the morning before the sun rises and again when the sun sets for their own comfort and the comfort of their dogs.
Our boots are made of natural rubber. One of the greatest attributes of our boots is that they are waterproof (great for the snow – rain and keeping the elements out and the paws protected.) But as a result they do not breathe. Because a dog sweats through their paws moisture will build up in the boot. The boot can be refreshed by adding some talc. Safety is the reason we’re in this business so please monitor your pet and do not use for extended periods of time. Each breed and dog has a different tolerance level. If you wish to do a test to see what your pooch is experiencing when wearing Pawz, you can place a finger inside the boot and touch the ground with the boot on one hand and no boot on the other to determine the heat levels with and without the boots I received this note from a customer in Arizona ( see below) thought it may be of interest. I hope this helps you make a smart decision if our boots are right for your pooch during excessive heat. Stay Cool!
“I just wanted to let you know how much my Jack Russell and I love your product! We have tried all kinds of boot options over the years and I was thrilled to discover your amazing product this past winter- they are affordable, easy to put on and take off, do not bother my dog at all, and I love the simplicity of the color size coding and the fact that they are disposable. I don't usually write to a company but I wanted you to know how much they are appreciated- they got my dog through the terrible winter in Massachusetts (not only the snow but the salt and chemicals on the icy roads) and is now protecting her feet in the 112 degree heat of Arizona- the sidewalks will literally burn off the pads of her feet without protection.... so thank you! “
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