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It is expected that the dog will be restless when wearing them for the first time. However after a little while your dog should be adjusted to them. Please make sure you have the right size of boots. Measure your dog's feet first and make sure to trip your dog's nails before putting on the boots. It is also recommended to try the boots at home and have the dog walk and run with them for a while before the actual hunting day.

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