ToeGrips® are non-slip nail grips that enable your senior or special needs dog to get up without struggling and walk without slipping. Give your dog the gift of confident mobility on hard-surface floors with ToeGrips®. ♥️
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*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.
I have ordered 3 sets for my 15 year old Shepard mix....she has very weak hindquarters and really walks on the back of her feet...not on her paws. The grips still help her not to splay out...even tho I have to adjust them more frequently. She is on palliative care...so whatever I can do to keep her a little more comfortable for as much time as she has left....I will do. The toe grips are one of those tools.....Thank you.
Excellent with customer services when I ordered the wrong size,x small) for my dog’s breed (French bulldog) I received an email from the company suggesting a bigger size, medium.
They processed my order right away! Great for my senior dog, Quincy, who has difficulty walking on his back legs. He can walk with the toe grips without dragging his paws.
These have been really good for Sparta but they do seem a lattice pricey.
Our 14+ year old border collie Molly was having real trouble getting up from our hardwood and tile floors. She has severe arthritis in her spine and hind legs. Our vet suggested Dr. Buzby's toe grips and showed us how to apply them. We noticed an immediate difference. She was able to independently get up without waiting for us to assist her! She doesn't like to admit her age or ask for help, so the toe grips allow her a lot more freedom. She doesn't mind them at all and they stay on remarkably well. (She wears the green ones and she thinks they go well with her red and white fur!) She has worn them since October 1st and I just ordered her third set, so they last around 8 weeks on her. What a game changer!
My wonderful sweet Lexi is a longest shih tzu I've ever seen! After 13 lovely years with me, age and an accident created permanent weakness in her shoulders and lower back. She would get excited to see me try to come to me and end up face planting on my hardwood floors, further causing injury and repeated use of medications. Another tzu mom told me about the toe grips and we haven't looked back since! Truthfully, they are more expensive than I would like, but Lexi's regained functionality make it worth it.