If your aging dog is slipping on hard floors, you might be feeling helpless. We understand how hard it is to watch your beloved family member struggle, so we invented ToeGrips® dog nail grips. ToeGrips® have helped thousands of dogs worldwide conquer slippery floors and stairs.
ToeGrips® help dogs rise and walk so they can enjoy life to the fullest. ♥️
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**Please note that measuring your dog's nails (outlined in our video tutorial and our written instructions) is the gold-standard for selecting the ideal size for your dog. Our Size by Breed chart reflects 9 years of data and is accurate for the majority of dogs but is not a guarantee of size, especially for mixed breed dogs.Watch the Video Tutorial
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.
**Please note that measuring your dog's nails (outlined in our video tutorial and our written instructions) is the gold-standard for selecting the ideal size for your dog. Our Size by Breed chart reflects 9 years of data and is accurate for the majority of dogs but is not a guarantee of size, especially for mixed breed dogs.
Considering multiple sizes? Rest assured, our caring customer support team will gladly assist with your no-hassle exchange after purchase.
Flash (14yo ACD) is loving the new toe grips. What a simple effective solution. Thank you so much! The only problem is now that she is stable on the hard wood floors again - she's constantly wanting to wander around the house and out to the backyard. With work from home she's becoming a nudge If opening and closing doors but we still love her and it's great to not see her struggle to get her rear ended up off the floor.
These work great with my dog!! Make sure you put on front feet too, I didn’t at first because her back legs were only giving out. Once I put on outsides of front feet she could walk on the laminate floors again! No slipping anymore!! She comes into kitchen just because again and no longer fears falling anymore. I used superglue with them because we go on walks daily and that ensured they stayed on!! They are a little pricey for such a small thing though. :(
My 11 year old Chihuahua has been slipping and sliding on my hard wood and marble floors for quite some time. I’ve tried socks in the past but he wouldn’t move with them on. Thankfully I found Toegrips and they’ve saved the day.! They work beautifully. I highly recommend this product.
Our 100lb, almost 13 year old Giant Schnauzer was diagnosed with toe cancer and lyranx paralysis which has caused his hind feed to shuffle. Then In the past 6 weeks he’s had two toes removed ,one on the front left paw and one on the rear paw. Our house has all hardwood floors and over the past 6 months he’s has been having difficulties walking. After the first surgery our Veterinarian/surgeon recommended Dr. Busby’s Toe Grips and it instantly made a difference. No more sliding and he’s walking more gingerly. Great product.
Puppy is a 60 lb, 14 year old dog that recently had to have surgery to repair a compressed disc in his lower back. He could not use his back legs for 6 weeks before surgery. He is doing really well and someone suggested I get these to help him grip my hardwood and tile floors better. When they arrived I took them to his physical therapist's and they put them on for me since they had put them on many dogs before Puppy. I knew that even though we used the glue, they would pop off occasionally and I might lose some of them. Three have popped off so far and I have only found one of them. The reason I can't give them 5 stars because I do not get a choice of colors. Puppy's are green, the exact color of the grass in my yard where they always seem to fall off. I can't find them in the grass so I will have to repurchase more often. Please consider giving a different color option. I would be fine with traffic cone orange. They would be easier to find in my grass. :)