We finally got some snow in Iowa and Tucker was able to try out his new winter boots. Normally, he’s fine just running in snow, but when the temperature dips below 10 degrees and the roads are filled with slushy ice, his paws can become cold pretty quick.
The boots took awhile to put on, but they stayed put once we got those paws strapped in. He initially started high stepping and hopping around because of the new feel. After picking up the pace to a run, he fell right into his usual rhythm and we were good to go. Five miles later, I had a tired dog and my training run completed.