|Condition:||New without box : |
A brand-new, unused, and unworn item (including handmade items) that is not in original packaging or may be missing original packaging materials (such as the original box or bag). The original tags may not be attached. For example, new shoes (with absolutely no signs of wear) that are no longer in their original box fall into this category. See all condition definitions- opens in a new window or tab
|Seller Notes:||“Fit Trial Standards - When a new style of footwear is designed and approved for production, the manufacture is required to submit pairs of various sizes, of the style, to the Name Brand Company for review, before standard production can be manufactured. These lots are inspected to assure physical and appearance standards are met. If the pre-production lot is approved, they are held to use as standards to compare future production shipments meet established standards. After the required holding period of the pre-production approved lot is complete, we receive this footwear for liquidation. We are required to stamp the footwear, either on the sole or inside, to assure no one tries to return the footwear, to the manufacture for a refund. We offer this footwear to you for 40% to 60% off of suggested retail.”|
|Width:||Medium (D, M)|
|US Shoe Size (Men's):||9||Material:||Suede|
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They very quickly become members of our family, and because of this, we naturally want them to be well taken care of. And one of the ways that we care for our canine friends is by making sure that they never eat anything that could cause them harm. In this article, we will share with you which food we should never feed a dog.
It’s important to remember that just because some food items are perfectly safe for human consumption, it does not mean that your dog can chow down on them safely. We have different systems than our furry friends, and we could mistakenly feed them something that is toxic. What foods are considered to be toxic to dogs?
One item that is known to be toxic to canines is chocolate. This includes cocoa powder, white chocolate, milk chocolate, dark chocolate, and even unsweetened baker’s chocolate. Chocolate can speed up the heart rate and the nervous system, so be very careful that your dog does not get into this sweet treat if it is around the home.
Other food to never feed your dog:
- – Alcohol, cannabis, or any other substance.
- – Candy, chewing gum, toothpaste.
- – Any food containing caffeine, such as tea and coffee.
- – Grapes or raisins.
- – Yeast.
- – Salt and sugar.
- – Milk and any other dairy product.
- – Garlic.
- – Corn on the cob.
These foods are not safe for canine consumption, so it is of the utmost importance that you do not feed them to your pet.