I got booties for my puppy, I don't want her feet to hurt but she doesn't seem to like them should I keep trying or what should I do?
This might be true, but it still doesn't stop the dog from feeling pain from the frozen ground. I have a dog that in cold enough temperatures, -8F and below, will lift her feet up like a rabbit or lay on her side and refuse to get up and move because her feet hurt too much.I recently read an interesting article about how the dog's unique circulatory system in their feet keeps them from freezing in snow and ice. It's recapped here: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2085646/Dogs-paws-warm-frozen-ground-special-circulation-system.html
In sum -- their paws have a rapid rewarming system and really don't need protection! (except maybe against salt -- buy the dog friendly stuff/wipe her paws when she comes in!)