How do I put on high dog booties?

Here's a step-by-step guide to securing high booties, equipped with two adjustable bands, for a snug yet safe fit:

1- Make sure your dog is relaxed and comfortable before you start.

2- Gently slide the bootie onto your dog's paw, ensuring it's all the way in, with the paw seated comfortably at the bottom of the bootie.

3- Fasten the lower band snugly around the bootie, just like you would with a normal-height bootie. This ensures the bootie stays in place without shifting.

4- This is where we need to be extra cautious. If the top band of the bootie sits near your dog's tendons, especially on the back leg, where they're more prominent and sensitive, tighten with care. The goal is to secure the bootie without putting undue pressure on these tender areas. A good rule of thumb is to ensure you can slip a finger under the band comfortably.

5- After both bands are secured, observe your dog walking around. The bootie should stay in place without twisting or slipping. If it moves you should readjust it.

Remember, every dog is unique, and so are their legs! The fit might vary slightly, especially for those soft tendons on the back legs.


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