#SummerSafety Tips for Your Dog

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Today we head out with Irie and Tiki on another of our staycation day trips this week. We’re headed to the lake with them, one of our favorite places during the hot summer months. It’s a chance for Irie and Tiki to cool off and swim with us and enjoy a summer getaway at very […]

Saving Your Dog’s Paws with Snuggy Boots

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Is it hot enough to fry an egg on the sidewalk? Well, just think how that heat feels on your dog’s paws! In the above video, you can see some really alarming numbers about hot summer asphalt. Did you know an 85 degree day means 140 degree asphalt? By pressing your bare hand to the […]

GIVEAWAY: Win Snuggy Boots!

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We hope you’ve been following along with our adventures trying the Snuggy Boots to help keep our dogs’ paws protected from hot (hot, hot!) asphalt this summer as well as hot beach sand, burrs, and broken glass. We recently ran a post about protection your dog’s paw pads this summer, and received some email from […]

Protecting Your Dog’s Paw Pads During the Summer

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Summer is a fun, carefree time…but that doesn’t mean that there aren’t dangers out there for your dog. Today we want to specifically talk about your dog’s paws and summer. While we often think of winter hazards to our dog’s paw pads, like ice and deicing chemicals, summer is a time of paw problems as […]

Protecting Your Dog’s Paws on the Beach with Snuggy Boots

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Living in Texas, our dogs don’t have much experience with the most common reason for wearing dog booties: ice and snow. The ice and snow that can cling to your dog’s paw pads (and form painful balls between his toes) cause many dog lovers to turn to booties every winter. The harmful de-icing chemicals used […]

Win a Snuggy Boots Orthotic & Footwear Suspender System!

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Let’s take a moment to think about some of the summer hazards to your dog’s paws. Blistering hot asphalt. Hot beach sand. Grass burrs and stickers. Chemically treated lawns. The list goes on and on. Keeping your dog’s paws safe and healthy basically comes down to one simple fact: if you wouldn’t walk barefoot in […]