Muttluks Fleece Lined Winter Dog Boots


In our opinion, Muttluks Fleece Lined Winter Dog Boots are the best on the market! Dog boots are tricky! Many are designed too short so they slide right off your dog's foot...others have a tall, rigid shaft that makes them difficult to adjust and they chafe your dog's legs. Canadian dog outfitter Muttluks got it right--these boots are designed with harsh Canadian winters in mind. The boots stay on, while providing ultimate warmth & comfort for your dog.  We also love that they come in a reusable mesh bag, great for washing & storing!

As of 2017 we are no longer carrying Muttluks but we absolutely love and still stand behind them 100%! They're the only dog boot that will stay on in deep snow, even when your dog runs at top speed. (Check out @thebullhikes on Instagram to see them in action) Customers were not measuring before ordering...we had so many size exchanges and were not able to resell the worn boots. 

You can purchase them directly from! They're a great company and they make truly superior products!

  • Reflective straps for nighttime visibility
  • Leather soles 
  • Machine washable
HOW TO MEASURE FOR BOOTS: Place dogs front paw, standing up with full weight, on a piece of paper. Mark from the longest toe nail and come straight back down from the back of the paw to make a second marking. Measure the distance between the two marks and refer to the sizing info below.

Size S fits 2.75" to 3.25"

Size M fits 3.25" to 3.75"

Size L measures 3.75" to 4.25"

**STRAPS MUST BE TIGHT IN ORDER FOR BOOTS TO STAY ON. If the straps aren't tight, any dog boot will fall off! If you're using them in deep snow, you can add a DIY second strap at the top or the snow will get inside the cuff. (We like Velcro One-Wrap Ties for all sorts of DIY dog apparel tailoring!)

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The only dog snow boot you'll ever need to buy!

I tried several different pairs of dog boots for my boxer/pit mix and these are the only ones that stayed on. She didn't like them at first, but once she figured out that she didn't get cold feet she didn't mind having them put on. My lab was the same way. Great dog boot!
Posted by Roxy's Momma, 24th Nov 2014