Dog shoes may not seem like the most practical idea but turns out your pup may thank you for it.
Especially if you’re a dog owner in colder climes, you’ll know that the bane of your pup’s winter existence is snow underfoot and, even worse, salt. You know what I’m talking about: The ice makes freezing furry footpads freeze, and chemicals wreak havoc on skin and stomach.
During summertime, puppy shoes can help protect your dog’s feet from burning hot asphalt and street debris.
Look through the gallery for the best kicks for ruff-housing.