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She Lets Her Dog Try Out These New Boots In The Snow. How The Dog Reacts Is Hilarious

Winter can do a number on your dog's paws. Rock salt crystals and chemical ice-melting solutions can cause sores, infections and blistering. If that's not bad enough, these toxic chemicals can be ingested by your dogs if they lick their pads. You have two options to protect your pup's paws. You can apply petroleum jelly or paw wax, both act as a barrier to salt, to your dog's feet before going outside. Or you can give your dog booties, which help minimize contact with the painful ice-melting substances. In this video, dogs try out booties for the first time and they don't fully like it. According to experts, with a little time and patience you can train your dogs to appreciate wearing their booties in order to better protect their feet.
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