Dog leggings are the newest pet trend for winter


The athleisure trend is officially unstoppable. It’s so strong that it’s even crossed over to a whole different species. Now, thanks to Walkee Paws, your canine companions can trot alongside you in leggings that are equally as fashion-forward as yours.

The idea of leggings for dogs may seem ridiculous at first, but these are totally practical for your pooch. And no, the main purpose is not for slimming and perfecting their rear ends — although looking cute is a welcome side effect.

Winter Walks

For starters, the Walkee Paws leggings feature rubber-soled booties to protect dogs’ feet from harsh winter conditions and chemicals. The waterproof booties protect paw pads from hot pavement, lawn chemicals, pesticides, allergens, ticks, salt and more.

But that’s not all. Since the booties are connected to leggings and secured behind the dog’s back, they stay on through walks in the neighborhood and runs in the park.

At the same time, the stretchy leggings keep your dog’s legs free of dirt and germs without restricting their movement. As a result, they won’t track everything from the sidewalk back into your home or require a bath after every walk. When you bring them back inside, you can swap out the leggings for a dog onesie to keep shedding at bay, too.

Product Development

Walkee Paws is the brainchild of Lisa Baronoff, a New York City dog owner and entrepreneur. She relied on her experience in marketing toys and pantyhose to develop her smart solution. Her original prototype included a pair of pantyhose tied over her cocker spaniel’s back.

She refined the concept through plenty of trial and error until she and her development team ultimately created the Walkee Paws leggings available today.

The leggings come in three sizes (small, medium and large) and four fun patterns to perfectly match your pooch and your style. The leggings range in price from $19.99 to $29.99. Thanks to the four-way stretch fabric and a patent-pending tightening tool, your pup will barely notice them.

However, you will notice clean paws and a spotless floor after every walk. As Baronoff says, “Keep your dog and home clean inside, and leave the dirt outside!”

Animals, Holiday & Seasonal, Pets, Shopping

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Jennifer Nied
Jennifer Nied is a freelance writer and editor based in New York City. She focuses on beauty, wellness, and travel stories with a background covering the spa industry.

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