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Old 01-03-2013, 08:21 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Ok thank you all for the info. I think thats what i'm finding in my research of reviews on the boots. Either their dog doesn't get phased by them, or can't stand them and have em off in 5 minutes lol. Maybe i should just try a cheaper pair to see if she tolerates them on her feet, and if not, no sense in spending the money for "higher" quality booties

I live in Bucks County, where in south west. I used to live towards that direction in Indiana, PA. And i do wipe her paws down. But you bring up another point god forbid we miss a large snow pile from the plow, cause we have to turn around and take a bite out of all the tallest piles! lol I guess i should be careful with the possible salt in the plowed snow...

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Old 01-04-2013, 01:55 PM   #12 (permalink)
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Ok thank you all for the info. I think thats what i'm finding in my research of reviews on the boots. Either their dog doesn't get phased by them, or can't stand them and have em off in 5 minutes lol. Maybe i should just try a cheaper pair to see if she tolerates them on her feet, and if not, no sense in spending the money for "higher" quality booties

I live in Bucks County, where in south west. I used to live towards that direction in Indiana, PA. And i do wipe her paws down. But you bring up another point god forbid we miss a large snow pile from the plow, cause we have to turn around and take a bite out of all the tallest piles! lol I guess i should be careful with the possible salt in the plowed snow...

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I think much of it depends on the kind of salt used. We have used salt in the past and none of my dogs had a problem walking on it. However, my Grandma uses a different kind of salt and all our dogs came running inside crying and licking their paws. If you aren't sure what kind of salt they are walking on, I would use booties or take them somewhere where there is no salt.
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