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Woodrow Wear Power Paws Review and Giveaway!

Doggy Days Post #12

Hi Neighbors! I love to see everyone out At the Fence! This is another great product for the Doggy Days Event! Woodrow Wear Power Paws. These are the cutest socks with grips on the soles. Power Paws were originally designed in 2009 to help dogs with hip dysplasia.

Power Paws has many uses, along with the original design. They help protect dogs from slipping on floors. In our home Roxie has trouble because we have hardwood floors. She loves to play fetch and she often slips as she is chasing whatever toy has been thrown. And since she is an addict at this she hardly ever stops. This makes Woodrow Wear Power Paws an excellent solution for her. You can also use Power Socks to protect paws from snow, ice and salt in the winter, and hot pavement or sidewalks in the summer. Remember to spray them with a waterproof spray in the winter. Power Paws will help senior dogs who have trouble walking on linoleum or hardwood floors. And of course one of the other uses is just to dress your dog up!

Power Paws pull on. They do not have velcro or or buckles to hold them on so they are more comfortable for your dog to wear.They come in 8 different sizes! They should fit any breed of dog. There are several colors and designs available also. Shadow received a pretty turquoise blue with a red heart and Roxie received purple and white.

From Power Paws:

Traction: Grips on slick surfaces. Useful for hip issues and arthritis.

Mobility: Freedom and movement for senior dogs.

Allergies: Wear outside, remove indoors, and toss in washer.

Fashion: Cute, fun, and stylish.

Scratch Prevention: Keep dogs nails from scratching hardwood.

Paw Protection: For dogs with foot injuries, allergies, and sensitive feet, Power Paws can replace traditional e-collars.

Natural: Made of cotton and elastic for comfort and breathability. No bacteria growth or stinky paws.

Outdoors: For snow, spray with waterproof spray to protect from ice, salt. For heat, protects from hot pavement, sand, etc.

Vehicles: In boats, RVs, and other moving vehicles, Power Paws provide traction and stability.

Specialty Uses: Power Paws have been used by more than just dogs. Current client list includes cats, rabbits, pot belly pigs, and a pony.

Woodrow Wear will really help Roxie and Shadow as they chase each other through the house. Shadow and Roxie give Woodrow Wear Power Socks a Paw Up!

Mandatory Entry: Visit Woodrow Wear and tell me which design you like best in a comment here. You do not have to be a blogger to enter, but you must leave a valid email where you can be reached should you win. This giveaway will end on 3/31 at 11:59 pm CST. The winner will be chosen using and will be notified by email. The winner will have 48 hours to respond. (USA Only)

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Disclaimer: I received no monetary compensation for this post. I received 2 sets of Power Paws for review purposes. All quotes are from the Woodrow Wear website or email. All thoughts and opinions are mine.


Angie Bailey said…
I like the pink socks with the white bone.
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kerismommy said…
I like the Green Bunny socks
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bettycd said…
Max would proudly wear the blue w/white bone socks
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