WagWear Mojave Hot Weather Dog Booties

By wagwear

WagWellies® Mojave is the ultimate hot weather dog booties for paw protection. They look like dog crocs with perforated holes that make them lighter and allow for lots of ventilation. The open slits on each side make them easy to put on, while also creating a secure fit that will stay put even while on the run. This unique patented design is sturdy, comfortable and adorable. 

Don't let hot pavement or prickly plants stop your fur companion from having fun - Get your pup a set of Mojave Dog Booties today!  Sold as a set of 4.

Looking for a Rain/Snow Dog Shoe? The original WagWellies® "Wellington" Dog Booties can be found here.


Getting your pup used to wearing dog boots is a process. It is very normal to see an amusing high-step in the beginning. This is because they can’t feel the floor and it throws off their coordination, they need time to re-coordinate themselves. It may even take getting them outside and on with the walk before they start to realize that they can in fact walk & run as usual.  


The WagWellies® dog boots should fit snug, they can even need a little squeeze to get on. Although it might be a stretch to get through the opening - the paw will spread out in the cavity of the boot.  Less movement means more comfortable for your dog. It will feel more natural and there will not be any excess weight on the paws.

Position the strap under wagwear label to keep the front flap from moving.


Weight is only approximate in the size chart below - the best way to size your pup is to measure the paw.  To measure the paw length, place your dog's paw on a sheet of paper and mark the back of the paw pad and tip of the longest claw.

how to measure paw

Size Paw Length Paw Width Approx. Weight
XXS 1.5" 1.5" 4-10 lbs
XXSH 1.75" 1.625" 10-13 lbs
XS 2' 1.75" 13-25 lbs
S 2.5" 2" 25-32 lbs
M 3" 2.25" 32-47 lbs
L 3.5" 2.5" 47-65 lbs
XL 4" 2.75" 65-90 lbs
XXL 4.25" 3" 80+ lbs

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Kimberly Maxwell
Recommend size

The size for my Labrador 8mo puppy seem sm. You recommend the large size but xl might fit better. She can wear them but they are very tight.


Does not come off and Yeti loves how it’s fits. She got use to them quick and there really durable and flexible to all her movements.