Dog Boots, Socks & Paw Protectors

Dog boots provide your dog’s paws with the protection they need every season—especially cold Canadian winters. Winter dog boots, dog socks, paw balm, and other footwear are ideal for keeping your pet’s paw pads healthy, no matter the weather. And what better way to keep your floors clean all year long?

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  1. Musher's Secret
    Musher's Secret Pet Paw Protection Wax
    Starting from: $19.99 Starting from: $19.99
  2. Ruffwear Grip Trex Dog Boots
    Ruffwear Grip Trex Pairs Dog Boots
    Starting from: $53.99 Starting from: $53.99
  3. Ruffwear Bark'n Boot Liners
    Ruffwear Bark'n Boot Liners
    Starting from: $19.99 Starting from: $19.99
  4. Goo-eez Monochromez Dog Boots
    Goo-eez Monochromez Dog Boots
    Starting from: $32.99 Starting from: $32.99
  5. Canada Pooch Hot Pavement Boots
    Canada Pooch Hot Pavement Boots
    Starting from: $48.99 Starting from: $48.99
  6. Ruffwear Summit Trex Pairs Dog Boots
    Ruffwear Summit Trex Pairs Dog Boots
    Starting from: $39.99 Starting from: $39.99
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    Muttluks Woof Walkers
    Muttluks Woof Walkers
    List Price: $30.00 Starting From: $29.99 Our Price: $29.99 You Save: $0.01 (0%)
  8. Muttluks Snow Mushers Two Pack
    Muttluks Snow Mushers Two Pack
    List Price: $46.50 Starting From: $46.49 Our Price: $46.49 You Save: $0.01 (0%)
  9. RC Pets PAWks
    RC Pets PAWks
    Starting from: $8.99 Starting from: $8.99
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    Kin and Kind Nose & Paw Moisturizer
    Kin + Kind Nose & Paw Moisturizer For Dogs and Cats
    List Price: $15.59 Our Price: $13.17 Our Price: $13.17 You Save: $2.42 (16%)
  11. Pet-Tek Paw Balm
    Pet-Tek Paw Balm Topical Product for Pets
    Our Price: $17.99
  12. Pawz Rubber Dog Boots - Small
    Pawz Rubber Dog Boots - Small
    Our Price: $16.99
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    Muttluks Pawmagik Paw Balm
    Muttluks Pawmagik Paw Balm
    List Price: $12.00 Starting From: $11.99 Our Price: $11.99 You Save: $0.01 (0%)
  14. Goo-eez Athleticaz Dog Boots
    Goo-eez Athleticaz Dog Boots
    Starting from: $32.99 Starting from: $32.99
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    Muttluks Fleece-Lined Dog Boots
    Muttluks Fleece-Lined Dog Boots
    List Price: $60.00 Starting From: $59.99 Our Price: $59.99 You Save: $0.01 (0%)
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    Muttluks Mutt Trackers
    Muttluks Mutt Trackers
    List Price: $27.00 Starting From: $26.99 Our Price: $26.99 You Save: $0.01 (0%)
  17. GF Pet Elasto-fit Boots
    GF Pet Elasto-fit Boots
    Starting from: $39.99 Starting from: $39.99
  18. RC Pets Strider Boot
    RC Pets Strider Boot
    List Price: $27.00 Starting From: $25.99 Our Price: $25.99 You Save: $1.01 (4%)
  19. Pawz Rubber Dog Boots - X-Small
    Pawz Rubber Dog Boots - X-Small
    Our Price: $15.99
  20. GF Pet All Terrain Dog Boots
    GF Pet All Terrain Dog Boots
    Starting from: $28.99 Starting from: $28.99
  21. RC Pets Sport Pawks
    RC Pets Sport Pawks
    List Price: $18.00 Starting From: $16.99 Our Price: $16.99 You Save: $1.01 (6%)
  22. Pawz Rubber Dog Boots - Medium
    Pawz Rubber Dog Boots - Medium
    Our Price: $17.99
  23. RC Pets Apex Boot
    RC Pets Apex Boot
    List Price: $84.00 Starting From: $80.99 Our Price: $80.99 You Save: $3.01 (4%)
  24. Made in Canada
    Muttluks MuttGators
    Muttluks MuttGators
    List Price: $21.00 Starting From: $20.99 Our Price: $20.99 You Save: $0.01 (0%)
  25. Pawz Rubber Dog Boots - X-Large
    Pawz Rubber Dog Boots - X-Large
    Our Price: $19.99
  26. Pawz Rubber Dog Boots - XX-Small
    Pawz Rubber Dog Boots - XX-Small
    Our Price: $14.99
  27. Made in Canada
    Muttluks MuttSlouchers
    Muttluks MuttSlouchers
    List Price: $23.00 Starting From: $22.99 Our Price: $22.99 You Save: $0.01 (0%)
  28. Pawz Rubber Dog Boots - Tiny
    Pawz Rubber Dog Boots - Tiny
    Our Price: $14.49
  29. Pawz Rubber Dog Boots - Large
    Pawz Rubber Dog Boots - Large
    Our Price: $18.99

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Shop the Best Dog Boots & Paw Balm for Every Occasion


Can you imagine running around every day without shoes on? Okay, your dog's paws aren't as sensitive as ours, but there are definitely times when they do need boots, and protection is necessary.


Luckily, we carry a wide selection of dog boots to choose from. Whether your dog has an injury you’re trying to protect, or you’re merely shopping for dog winter boots to protect those little feet from drying and cracking sidewalk salt, we’ve got the items you need. Shop our selection to find top-selling brands like Hurtta, Ruffwear, and Muttluks.


If you’re the “get out and adventure type, we’ve also got a wide selection of dog hiking boots and dog socks to choose from. These durable accessories protect your dog’s paw pads from sharp sticks and rocks that could cut your day of adventure short. If your pup gets snowballs stuck in his or her feet during the winter months, check out our selection of dog booties. Similar to those dog sledding professionals use on their teams of huskies, dog booties help prevent frostbite and other cold-related complications and help your dog’s feet stay comfortable and safe all winter long.


Ready to find the perfect footwear for your furry friend? Check out our selection of dog booties and dog socks now. We’re sure we have the ideal fit for your needs.


If your dog isn’t a fan of wearing boots, you can still achieve paw protection with a paw balm like the Musher's Secret Pet Paw Protection Wax. Apply before heading outdoors during any season to give your pup’s paws an extra coating of protection from common elements like snow, ice, hot pavement, and salt. Fun fact—this paw balm can also be used on hot spots, snouts, ears and elbows, too!


Dog Boots & Socks FAQs



Do Dogs Need Boots?


Not every dog needs boots, but dog paw protection is often something that is overlooked. Extreme weather and rough terrain can damage your dog's paw pads, making it uncomfortable or painful to walk. Dog boots for hiking with dogs can come in handy when you are dealing with rocky surfaces, trekking through heavy brush, and even travelling on hot pavement.


What about extreme cold? Do dogs need boots for winter? Many dogs do! Freezing temperatures, chemicals and road salts, and snow built up can lead to frostbite and paw damage without the proper doggy footwear. Learn more about when your dog will need boots and how to find the right dog boots in Do Dogs Need Boots?.



How to Measure Dog Paws for Boots


Paw Witdth - Measure the widest part of each paw. Some dogs need different size boots or socks for their front and back paws.


Paw and leg length matter too, but dog boots rarely label those measurements. Get more tips for finding the perfect fit for all of your dog's adventure gear in How to Measure Your Dog.



How To Keep Dog Boots From Falling Off


The number one complaint about dog boots is that they slip, twist, or fall off when your dog is walking, running, and playing. Certain conditions, like trudging through snow, really test how secure your dog's boots are. There are two things to consider when choosing a boot that will fit properly and stay: the shape of your dog's paw and the fit.


There are many different dog boots styles, so it's important to choose the one that matches your dog's paw shape. Dogs with wide paws tend to need a boot with a wide opening and secure cinching closure, like Ruffwear Grip Trex Boots to keep them on snuggly. Dogs with skinny legs and narrow paws may be better off with a taller boot style, like Muttluks Dog Boots. The wrong boot style will never fit correctly and are likely to cause nothing but frustration.



How to Get Your Dog to Wear Boots


Another common concern is that some dogs just hate wearing boots. You know your dog better than anyone, so you may anticipate your dog's reluctance to wear them. Teaching your dog to wear boots takes some practice and a lot of patience, but if you stick to a few simple steps, your dog will quickly learn that the boots make walking more comfortable.


Step 1 - Introduce the boots by letting your dog sniff them. Use small treats to reward constantly while they investigate the boots.


Step 2 - Practice putting on and taking off the boots, treating constantly to help your dog associate the process with the reward.


Step 3 - Your dog's boots should be the last thing you put on before leaving and the first thing you take off when you get home.


Step 4 - Once you start walking, don't stop. Every time you stop, your dog could take the opportunity to ditch the boots.