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What are Muttluks?

By Dobran Litag Subscribe to RSS | January 30th 2012 | Views:

What are Muttluks? Muttluks are simply dog boots, but with a special kind functionality for dogs. Muttluks are used to protect your dog from a cold weather; it warms them to stay calm during winter or fall. One more use of these muttluks is for dogs that have very sensitive feet; it will protect them from harsh gravel and other rough grounds that would possibly hurt your dog’s feet. Putting on muttluks to your dogs has an advantage also for the dog owners because it will keep your dog from dirt that he may encounter while having a walk or playing.

Muttluks are usually made of soft fabric or leather with different colors, designs and sizes that will surely meet your dog’s needs. Muttluks are widely used now worldwide by dogs that are competing, dogs that are used on carnivals or dog shows, or dogs who has stylish owners who just want to keep their dogs always looking good and fashionable.

Cleaning your dog’s muttluks is easy and simple. Muttluks that are made of soft fabrics can be washed using a washing machine, and for leathers you may use a leather cream or spray.

Putting on muttluks to your dog for the first time will give them a little feeling of strangeness because your dog is not used to wearing this kind of boots, so to make your dog feel better wearing those boots you must take your dog outside and have a walk for about five (5) minutes and after that your dog will surely love those muttluks on.

As an owner you also have to consider getting your dog’s size before buying, because like humans, dogs may feel uncomfortable wearing tight boots or loose boots. In order to get your dog’s foot size, get a piece of paper and measure the length from the back to the longest toe nail, trace also your dog’s fingers. Putting on incorrect size of muttluks to your dog may let the boots fall off, so you really have to be accurate on getting your dog’s size. Muttluks has self-tightening straps to keep it tightly fastened enough to your dogs.

There are two different types of muttluks that you can choose, the fleece line muttluks and the all weather muttluks. Fleece Line Muttluks is made of water resistant exterior fabric and can be worn during fall and winter to protect your dog from the cold weather, while the All Weather Muttluks can be worn all year round to protect your dog from freezing ground and hot pavement.

Your dog is your very loyal friend, so it deserves to have protections from heat or cold weather and buying a pair of muttluks for him is no big expense for you.

Dobran Litag - About Author:
Author Resource:- Dobran Litag is Seo and writer for petstreetmall. The best website for pet supplies such as Muttluks, dog crates, dog pen and dog gates.

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