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Women's Boiled Wool Dog Slippers with Non-Slip Soles

Women's Boiled Wool Dog Slippers with Non-Slip Soles
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Classic German-made slippers of soft, natural boiled wool conform to the foot like a second skin and breathe for year-round comfort. Flexible wool soles have non-slip coating and an arch support.

• Women's slippers
• Made of natural boiled wool
• Soles have non-slip coating and arch support
• 2 part Appliquéd dog design lies on both slippers

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4.7 (based on 6 customer reviews)

By Christine
FromGoodyear, AZ
Comfortable with arch support
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These are the best slippers ever ! They are so comfortable, plus I love the arch support. These are my second pair. I just can not go back to any other slipper but these German made ones.

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By Nickie
FromSt.Louis, MO
Comfortable but question durability
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I loved these slippers but after only 3 months a hole developed in one of the slippers.Contacted cust. service and they issued me a gift card.

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By Betsy
FromColchester, Vermont
Dachshund lovers need these!
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Love these slippers! Every aspect is perfect! They even look good sitting next to my bed!!

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By Gran jen
FromGlenmoore Pa
Best slippers I ever wore
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Gift for my daughter in law. She wears them all the time in the house and yard Loves the dog on the front. Loves the comfort.

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By Oscar's Mom
FromTulsa, OK
Loved the Doxie Slippers
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The product is high quality and I expect the slippers to last a long time. My friend loved them!

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By Capricorn Girl
FromValley Cottage, NY
Well made and comfortable
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I gifted these to a mother who never likes what she finds for her feet and -- ta, da! -- they were a big hit. I tried them on before the gift giving so I know how great they look & feel. But the proof has come over the months since Christmas of her wearing them regularly and mentioning to me, unprompted, how much she likes them. They keep her feet warm, but not too hot; they are solid enough for wearing around the house, but not too stiff; they are soft enough for comfort, but not too squishy. You get the idea? It's like gifting Baby Bear. Needless to say, I'm so happy I gave these a try. The dachshund reference was also an excellent bonus since she loves her little hot dog.

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