DOG SAFETY GEAR MADE IN ALASKA
Arctic Pups Dog Gear is closed until April 3, 2023. If you need dog gear between now and then, check out AK Bark at www.AKBarkGifts.com, or at either of their Anchorage locations (1921 W Dimond, or 557 E Fireweed). They have Arctic Pups collars and booties, and a whole lot of really cool stuff from other companies, too. This site will not be monitored until April 2023. Have a great winter and I'll see you at summer craft shows and festivals. Seriously, Check out AK Bark.
Arctic Pups Dog Booties come in 4 sizes. I reinforce all booties with a rubberized fabric on the bottom and the toe. They are soft enough that the dog can grip through with their nails but tough enough to last.
I don't finish the top, so they are stretchy and easy to put on.
I use a double sided velcro so the hooks grab on to the fabric when the booties are on snug enough and keep the boties from slipping off.
Here's a big tip for getting booties to stay on. People get really nervous about putting booties on too tight. You really can't get them on too tight. I don't want you to be able to get your finger under the velcro when it's wrapped around the dog's ankle. Try to pull the bootie off once you think it's on right. If youc an pull it off, it's going to come off. Put it on tighter than that.