Booties or No Booties? Choose Wisely

My sisy Mitzvah hates her Pawz boots but it keeps her paws safe and dry...

My sissy Mitzvah hates her Pawz booties but they keeps her paws safe & dry.

The  weather here in NYC has been different lately… snow, rain, ice, slush and then snow again, really mother nature!?!

All this weather makes the streets of NYC messy and slippery. I’m a big dog (86 lbs) so when I walk I walk BIG… Every step needs to be done slowly and carefully, I don’t wanna slip and hurt myself or anyone else on the street.

I’m used to the city streets, being that I’m 6 1/2 now, but my  baby sister is allergic to the dirty, sharp, toxic salt on the sidewalk in this weather. She also needs more grip and protection than I do because she is little and new to the snowy streets.

Recently my mommy found white, irritated bumps on my sister’s paws and belly. “Dr. Love” as mommy calls her,  said Mitzvah has an allergy to the  salt on the street, this is really common among  bulldogs and new puppies everywhere.

What’s the answer? Well mommy and daddy can’t change the salt on the street, instead they went out and bought my sister Pawz. Pawz dog boots are colorful rubber boots that doggies can wear to protect them from rain, salt, and slush… They break easily, and are a little tough to get on but they come in stylish colors and help keep the bad salt out! This dog definitely recommends you to check ’em out!

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About Stoneynibbles

STONE is the inspiration for Los Angeles based MetroPaws LLC. MetroPaws is designs, manufacturers, and sells Poopy Packs compostable, designer, dog waste bags, The Poopcase, The Metro Pads, and The Metro Tote, all items can be found at http://www.metropaws.com. Stone is an 83lb, male, yellow Labrador who grew up in the heart of Greenwich Village in NYC. He has an amazing sense of humor, the sweetest "old soul" around that loves his cookies, his bitches, and his squeaky balls. WOOF.
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