Ruffwear Grip Trex Pair

Ruffwear Grip Trex Pair
Ruffwear Grip Trex Pair
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Grip Trex Pair by Ruffwear
Paw injuries can be a real bummer, so protect your pup's pawdy-paws with the Ruffwear Grip Trex Pairs. Ideal for tackling varied terrain, the Grip Trex features a rugged and versatile construction that assures adaptive performance, comparable to your go-to hiking boots or trail running shoes. And much like your boots, the Grip Trex is equipped with a Vibram sole to maintain traction and protection from errant obstacles. Just don't forget to periodically check the fit of your dog's Grip Trex throughout your adventure, otherwise your pup might injure themselves or lose a shoe. Additionally, it is strongly recommended that you measure your dog's feet before purchasing a pair of shoes--a size too large will fly off their paws, while a size too small can cause discomfort. It's important to note that only two boots are sold in this set.

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SKU: RUF003B
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