WagWellies® Mojave | Single Piece
314B Punggol Way
This single piece option allows you to replace individual worn out or damaged wellies. It is also great for dogs that need 2 sizes for front and hind paws.
WagWellies® Mojave is Wagwear's hot and dry weather boot. Designed to protect paws from the hazard of hot pavement. The perforated holes allow lots of ventilation. The open slits make these dog shoes easy to slide off and on, while also creating a secure fit that will stay put even while on the run.
Our patented design is sleek, sturdy, and, most importantly, comfortable, making for the perfect paw protection.
100% durable rubber
Easy to wear yet secure
Protect paws against hot pavement
For wet weather protection, consider the original WagWellies®.
The WagWellies® should fit snugly, they may even need a little squeeze to get on. Although it might be a stretch to get through the opening, the paw spreads 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 the wagwear label to keep the front flap from moving.
XXS for paws up to 1.5" long (1.5" width, approx. 2 - 6 kg) - Usually fits breeds like Chihuahua (bigger paw), Toy Poodle, Pomeranian, Papillon, Maltese, Maltipoo, and Yorkie.
XXSH for paws up to 1.75" long (~1.65" width, approx. 6-8kg) - Usually fits bigger Bichon, Sheltie, small Westie and Schnauzer.
XS for paws up to 2" long (1.75" width, approx. 8 - 11 kg) - Usually fits breeds like Shiba Mame, Dachshund, Frenchie, smaller Corgi, Beagle, Mini Schnauzer, Cockerpoo, Spitz, and Westie.
S for paws up to 2.25" long (2" width, approx. 11 - 16 kg) - Usually fits breeds like Shiba Inu, Corgi, and bigger Cavapoo and Frenchie.
M for paws up to 2.5" long (2.25" width, approx. 16 - 22 kg) - Usually fits breeds like Singapore Special, Standard Poodle, smaller Golden Retriever and Labrador, Goldendoodle and Labradoodle.
L for paws up to 2.75" long (2.5" width, approx. 22 - 30 kg) - Usually fits breeds like Chow Chow, Goldendoodle, Golden Retriever, Labrador, Bernese Mountain Dog.
XL for paws up to 3.0" long (2.75" width, approx. 30 - 40 kg) - Usually fits breeds like bigger Golden Retriever and German Shepherd.
XXL for paws up to 3.5" long (3" width, approx. 40+ kg) - Really big Golden Retriever and German Shepherd.
Place your dog's biggest paw on a sheet of paper and mark the back of the rear paw pad and the tip of the longest claw. Measure this distance for the correct size. Weight suggestions serve as a guide, and are fairly accurate in our experience.
For example, if you measured your 8kg pup's paw to be a large size, the measurement could be incorrect :)
How to put on Wagwear boots
Getting a dog used to wearing shoes 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 and run as usual.
Look for the video among the product images to learn how to wear the WagWellies for your dog.
Well-fitting wellies will not fall off easily and paws will be flat on the ground when walking
For dogs with dewclaws, make sure that they are sitting comfortably inside the wellies or in between the slits. Ensure that nothing is rubbing against them that may cause abrasion
When first using the wellies, keep the walks short (15-20 min) to help your pup get comfortable in their new wellies. In the event of abrasion, you can also spot it early and readjust accordingly
Trying and exchange
Your pup is welcome to come try out the WagWellies sizes at our home office in Punggol. Just chat with us to make an appointment.
You can also come by to exchange the size within 14 days from date of purchase. The wellies must be in original condition, unworn outside, free of fur, and back in their original packaging. We recommend opening and trying just one piece first on both the front and back paws to reduce the risk of accidental scratches or bite marks.
Colour bleeding sometimes happens and would be obvious on a white coat. For lighter coats, you may consider choosing black or orange as we have not heard of issues with these two colours. For tips on reducing colour transfer, chat with us.
*We try our best to keep product information and images up to date but take note that they only serve as a guide. Colours may vary depending on your screen. While it doesn't happen often, changes by manufacturers may take some time to reflect on our site. When in doubt, chat with us!