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Well, for one, go to ruffwear.com!!! They have a 40% off promo code that ends today PROSHARE15

As for boots, I got Tigger the griptrex and they are fabulous. I think for you, the summits would probably be better. The polar trex, to me, are more meant for serious snow tromping and sports like ski-joring or sledding. They go so high up the leg to prevent snow from getting in. I mean, I'm sure they'd still work fine for you if you really want them. But I'm just thinking that for more general purposes and general seasons, the summets or grips would probably be more ideal. They will be cooler in the summer, less fabric to get caught on brush, easier to put on etc.
 

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I wish I could but they don't ship from their site to Canada :( and thanks! Do they really stay on? Tessa has completely flat fur on her legs which prevents most boots from having something to grip to when tightened so they always flop off.
Ah bummer! :(

I have no issues with my griptrex staying on. I will say though, they do sorta have to be cranked pretty tight. Like, way tighter than you expect. But it's not uncomfortable for the dog.

The bootliners help prevent rubbing at the dew claw.
 
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