ToeGrips® are non-slip nail grips that enable your senior or special needs dog to get up without struggling and walk without slipping because nothing should keep you apart. ♥️
ToeGrips are for...
*Package contains 20 ToeGrips
Step 1: Wrap a piece of dental floss around the middle of the toenail.
Step 2: While holding the floss around the nail circumference with one hand, use a fine point Sharpie® to mark across both pieces of floss. This will create two points.
Step 3: Stretch the floss and measure the distance between the two points in millimeters.
Step 4: Repeat for all 4 nails on one front paw and one hind paw (not the dewclaw).
Step 5: Based on the measurements obtained (not the average), use the chart below to find your dog's size. Sometimes a dog will require a combination of two sizes.
We have a 13 year old Golden who has been using this product for 2 months. He has front and back foot arthritis, hip issues and lameness that has resulted in a lot of muscle loss. Prior to the toe grips he had an incredibly hard time getting up from our hardwood and tiled floors. Watching him struggle to pull himself off the floor was heartbreaking. The toe grips have provided him confidence and stability. He drags/scuffs his feet, which does result in wear of the grips. We are purchasing our second set after a little over two months (this isn't a product defect, but just a result of how our dog moves). Very happy with the help they have provided!
Raven is a 4 yr old mini schnauzer that lost a front leg as a pup at 10 months. She weighs 14 lb and is relatively active. Unfortunately we had just installed hardwood floors throughout just before she lost her leg. She isn't intimidated by much otherwise but now stands and cries when having to go around the corner into the hall to go out. Its heartbreaking to hear.
NOW she has TOE GRIPS! It has taken her 2 days to have the confidence to 'dance' on just her hind legs when she gets excited for treats! She is running up and down the floors and playing tug and chase games with her sister (she always used to ensure she was on carpeting prior). The only thing that she hasn't realized is that she can safely jump onto furniture but I don't imagine it will take much longer! It's great to see her acting like a young dog once again! Thank you.
I have a 15 year old Golden Retriever who has arthritis in her knees and hips. This past summer she began dragging her back paws to the point wear she
wore down some her rear toenails to the quick of the nail .Eventually some of these nails would bleed. Initially a veterinarian technician recommended
trying boots on the rear paws. She was unable to tolerate these as she quickly became exhausted attempting to lift her rear paws higher .Aside from
avoiding sidewalks and pavement,I was at a loss what to do. The veterinarian technician the recommended Toe Grips.
Since using ToeGrips she has not had any bleeding from the nails, and the ToeGrips help her walking . I highly recommend ToeGrips.
We are loving the toegrips! Our malinois is more confident on floors without rugs and her back toenails are getting a chance to grow longer, past the quick. The super durable material is really protecting her nails when she does drag her foot as well as increasing her traction on smooth surfaces. Such a wonderful product!
Pete, our 11 year old, still has the spunk and energy of a young dog but struggles with some hind leg weakness and slips on hard floors. ToeGrips have made a huge difference and he is able to trot on our hardwood without slipping at all! The only thing is that he does drag his feet a bit, so had to use with glue.