City Shoes by Poochy Pawz
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|* Size||Paw Size||Example breeds||Price|
|XX-Small||1.0" - 1. 3/8"||Chihuahua, Min Pin, Teacup Poodle||$|
|X-Small||1 3/8" - 1 5/8"||Yorkie, Maltese||$|
|Small||1 5/8" - 2"||Bichon, Cavalier, Shih Tzu||$|
|Medium||2 " - 2 3/16"||Cocker Spaniel, Mini Doodle, Frenchie||$|
|Large||2 3/16" - 2 5/8"||Wheaton, Border Collie||$|
|X-Large||2 5/8" - 3"||Collie, Doberman, Boxer||$|
|XX-Large||3" - 3 5/16"||Retriever, Hushy, Shepherd||$|
|* How to measure.|
|Place front paw on a sheet of paper.|
|Measure from the tip of the nails to the back of the paw. Booties are meant to fit snug.|
City Shoes™, the world's first dog bootie is specifically designed for warm weather. Unlike winter boots, which are non-breathable and heavy, City Shoe™ combine lightweight breathable fabrics, mesh and a heat resistant sole. Your pooch will stay cool and comfy even on those hot days.
Paws can burn in just 5 seconds in hot weather!Veterinarians are warning that they are seeing an alarming increase in dog paw burns due to record hot weather. In fact, burns due to hot pavement are one of the top injuries Vets see in dogs in warm seasons. Although dog’s paws may appear tough and hard, they are as sensitive as human feet. If you’re unsure whether it’s too hot to walk your dog on a hot day, here’s a quick test: either step barefoot on the surface or place the back of your hand down on the surface for 5 seconds. If it’s too hot for you, it’s too hot for your pooch.
If the outside temperature is a pleasant 77°F, there’s little wind, and humidity is low, asphalt and tarmac can reach a staggering 125°F. This can rise to 143°F when the mercury hits 87°F. an egg can fry in five minutes at 131°F while skin destruction can occur in just one minute at 125°F.