Dog Apparel Haul!

Pawsazz sent us some awesome dog apparel for Genevieve to try out and tell our followers/viewers about. My dog has never worn boots before, so this was an interesting experience!


These boots actually do stay on the dog and are made of waterproof PUL (polyurethane laminate) with a heavy nylon Pack Cloth around the sole of the boots for added protection.  The soles of the boots are made of slip & abrasion resistant Toughtek (I learned a new word!).  The straps are made of woven elastic and hook & loop tape with a reflective material on the outer surface for night time.  The boots are available in 7 sizes to fit most breeds.  Custom sizes are also available for hard to fit dogs.
The collar and lead are made of tubular nylon with ribbon sewn on one side.  Tubular nylon is extremely strong while also being very soft, so it won’t break, but it feel confortable. It also won’t cause rope burn for the walker.  The swivel clip on the wide lead is Heavy Duty nickel plated.  There is a strong side release buckle on the collar.  The D-ring on the collar is die cast so that there isn’t an opening that can separate for those hard pullers.  The 1″ collar is available in 2 sizes – Medium and Large.  There is also a thinner width that is available in X-Small, Small and Medium. All of the leads are 6 feet long, however customs sizes are also available.  There is a variety of ribbons that can be sewn on the nylon if you want to jazz your collar up!
Now that we got all of the information out in the open, I love the pattern of these, and have never seen anything like it. I have only seen short boots, but typically, those are not as secure. These tall one are harder to put on, but they become more secure so that they won’t fall off.
I also love this leash and collar, because they match with the boots, but they don’t have to be worn together.
Definitely go check out Pawsazz, because their products will make you want to buy their whole shop! We also made a YouTube video for them. Click here to watch it.
Thanks for reading!
Elizabeth Prater
Disclaimer: We worked with this company for this post but they did not influence our ideas in anyway, shape, or form.

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