"The Boot Applicator for Pets": A Device For Use In Applying Protective And Disposable Booties
"The Boot Applicator for Pets" controls fidgety paws while placing booties on pet for an outdoor stroll in bad weather.
New York, NY, April 23, 2015 (Newswire.com) - Attention pet lovers everywhere. If the paws of a beloved pet become damaged for any reason it often means a trip to the vet and even worse, pain for the animal. Whatever the case every caretaker knows it can be difficult to get boots onto the animal during inclement weather. The Boot Applicator for Pets is a device for use in applying protective and disposable booties over an animal's paw. The design intent is to provide caring pet owners with a user-friendly means of securing disposable booties on their animal thus ensuring the paws/feet are protected from ice, salt, snow and other elements that can cause discomfort and injury during daily walks.
This assistive device is configured to aid in applying disposable booties to an animal's paws. It is made of a lightweight plastic material—hollow, open ended, with one side configured to secure to the mouth of disposable bootie in the open position and the opposite side to be easily slid over the paw, thus allowing the user to secure the bootie in place on the paw in a quick effortless manner. The applicator is well suited for use on miniature, toy, small and medium size dog breeds but larger versions will also be made available for large breed dogs. wTelevised test marketing has been completed indicating exceptional consumer interest in the Boot Applicator for Pets.
The Patent Pending Boot Applicator for Pets was invented by Eric Smith of Chicago, IL who said, “When your beloved animal says it is time to go out, there is usually no time to waste, regardless of the weather. Snow, sleet, ice and salt can quickly do damage to tender paws unless cover with a disposable bootie. The Boot Applicator for Pets eases the process and enables the pet and the care giver to embark on a fun outdoor excursion.”
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