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.
It was very interesting to see the importance and the dog’s position during the trim, and it was beneficial to learn good positions for different size dogs.
These toegrips are a game changer! Before finally landing on this solution I had tried shoes, socks, balms and sprays. None of these worked well. Within minutes of outfitting my dog (austrailian-shephard-mix) with his toegrips I could tell we had a winner. Within hours his whole demeanor had changed. He knew something was different and he liked it. The company was so helpful in exchanging my original order that I continued down this path. Had the exchange not been so quick and easy I would surely have written this experience off as another failed attempt to help my dog. Save yourself some time by measuring carefully, measure twice. The correct size toegrips will fit perfectly. They are easy to slip on - yes, yes, yes submerge them in rubbing alcohol first - and they will slide right on and they do not fall off. Truly amazing.
My 13.5 year old lab was sliding on our tile floors. He has bad arthritis in his back hip, so he’s steadily been getting weaker. We do all of the things; take supplements, get laser therapy, keep his nails short, bought rugs, but everywhere there wasn’t a rug my pup would slip. Enter toe grips, it took him about half a day to gain his confidence and now he’s actually turning around instead of backing up each time he needs to go somewhere else. We’re beyond thrilled and they’re staying on just fine.
My dog has only been wearing his grippies for about a week and they’ve been through the ringer. Swimming and bath time and they’re still on his nails. Also, obviously, he’s not slipping on slick floors. Nothing bad to say!
Our vet recommended these for our senior Border Collie who has arthritis in her back hips and legs. I was hesitant to purchase these as I did not think they would work for my picky, neurotic, likes to mess with everything dog. At first, Dot was very unhappy as I worked to put these on. It takes a bit of learning to put them on correctly! However, once they were on, it was clear they helped Dot grip the floor and get up a bit better. We take them off before grooming and it is clear how much they help Dot because she slips and skids when we first take them off. These have been an invaluable tool to help keep our old gal mobile. I highly recommend them for your senior dog. Also, the YouTube videos of measuring your dog's nails and applying / removing the toe grippers are extremely helpful. Thanks to Dot's toe grippers, several of our friends and family have started to use them for their four legged friends as well. Thank you, Dr. Buzby's ToeGrips for helping our senior dogs.