RC Pets Arctic Boot

by RC Pets
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  • Water-resistant winter boots for dogs
  • Sturdy sole that provides comfortable traction on snow and ice
  • Equipped with gaiters and straps to keep snow out
  • Built-in sock to add warmth and prevent chafing
  • Smaller sized boots for back paws
  • Available in a pack of four boots

RC Pets Arctic Boot is a winter boot designed to keep your dog's paws protected from the cold and other harmful materials that can be found on the road during wintertime. These water-resistant boots will keep your dog's paws protected from the elements thanks to their built-in gaiter, fleece sock-like layer and adjustable straps, while also providing better traction on cold and snowy surfaces. Reflective material on the front of the boot will let your dog be seen in low light conditions.

This product is available in a set of four boots, two of which are smaller for a better fit on the back paws that tend to be smaller in size compared to the front paws. Please see the specifications tab for more information.

Size Guide

Size Front Paw Width Back Paw Width
X-Small 5.08 cm | 2.0 in 4.45 cm | 1.75 in
Small 6.35 cm | 2.5 in 5.08 cm | 2.0 in
Medium 7.0 cm | 2.75 in 6.35 cm | 2.5 in
Large 7.6 cm | 3.0 in 7.0 cm | 2.75 in
X-Large 8.26 cm | 3.25 in 7.6 cm | 3.0 in

How to Measure Your Dog



  1. Neck: Measure the circumference of the base, leaving enough space to fit two fingers comfortably.
  2. Lower Neck: Measure the circumference of the area above the shoulder blades towards the top of the chest, leaving enough space to fit two fingers comfortably.
  3. Chest Girth: Measure the circumference of the widest part of the chest behind the front legs.
  4. Length: Measure the length of your dog's back from the top of their shoulders to the base of their tail.
  5. Height: Measure the distance from the floor to the top of your dog's shoulder blades. Your dog needs to be standing on all four legs.
  6. Paw Width: Measure the widest part of the paw. You'll get a better measurement if your pup is standing.
  7. Paw Length: Measure the distance between the "heel" and the longest toe nail. You'll get a better measurement if your pup is standing.
  8. Muzzle Length: Measure the nose length from the tip to the crook where you want the muzzle to sit comfortably below the eyes.
  9. Muzzle Width: Measure the muzzle's circumference at the widest part, leaving space for two fingers to ensure a comfortable fit.
  10. Weight: Step on a scale while holding the dog, then subtract your weight from the total. A dog scale is conveniently located at all our locations.

Get more tips for finding the perfect fit for your dog's adventure gear in How to Measure Your Dog.