Dr. Buzby’s ToeGrips®

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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ToeGrips are for...

  • Senior dogs
  • Arthritic dogs
  • Dogs with hip dysplasia
  • Dogs with cruciate ligament injury
  • Dogs with hind end weakness
  • Dogs with neurologic conditions
  • Blind dogs
  • Dogs with iliopsosas strain
  • Tripawd® dogs
  • Dogs that use wheelchairs
  • Dogs with IVDD
  • Rehabilitating / post-surgical dogs

Have questions? Our caring team is here to help. Email help@toegrips.com or text us at 843 781 6430.

Select the right size for your dog

3 Options to Find Your Size:

**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
Follow the Written Instructions

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.

Nail CircumferenceSizeColor
9-12mmXSYellow
13-15mmSRed
16-19mmMBlue
20-23mmLGreen
24-27mmXLPurple
28-30mmXXLOrange
31-36mmXXXLNavy
Find Your Size By Breed

**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.

paw-printConsidering multiple sizes? Rest assured, our caring customer support team will gladly assist with your no-hassle exchange after purchase.paw-print

Customer Reviews

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Tentative Rating

I bought first packet from vet. They work pretty good if applied correctly, but they did fall off after a few hours and I had to put them back on if I found them. I find I have to do it daily. I just received second package direct from website. This second packet came with superglue. So I am excited to use them with superglue. Hopefully this will keep them on so I am not having to hunt down lost bands on the floor to reapply constantly. They work great otherwise. Especially if you have wooden floors and a dog with a torn ACL!

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Game Changer

I learned about these through colleagues and tried them on my 13 year old Boykin. He was immediately sturdier in his gait and when we arrived home, he promptly jumped on the couch (which he hasn't been able to do in 2 months). I highly recommend these.

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Return to happy walks

We were getting really concerned for our very senior (17 year old) collie/chow mix dog Alfie. He was having more and more trouble getting up on tile and linoleum, and having less and less interest in going for walks. Especially this winter with all the ice. We purchases the ToeGrips as a last resort and didn't have a whole lot of hope. But what a difference! Immediately he was able to get around so much better and he's back to enjoying his daily walks... even in the snow and ice.

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B.F.
Immediate improvement

We bought toe grips for Jack, my old Red Heeler. He's got hip problems and some vision problems and our hardwood floors are murder on him. He had gotten to the point where he got stranded on door mats and couldn't get across the spaces between rugs. Even though I ordered the wrong size to begin with (there was no one here to help with the measurements so I sized by breed) there was an immediate improvement in his ability to get around the house. I was astonished. Unfortunately, they all popped off within a few days and he is back to getting stranded and being anxious. I have just reordered based on measurements of the nails and am expecting good results, again, but longer lasting ones, I hope. Jack is still pretty frisky outside, getting up a good run a couple times a week, and they may not stay on his toes under those conditions. But I have my fingers crossed. Based on what I have seen so far, I definitely recommend these. He was so happy to be able to get around! He thinks he has to follow me from room to room (he takes his herding job seriously) and all the stairs in our 60's split-level have been causing him a lot of grief. Thanks for the good product.

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Huge difference for foster Tripod

The Toe Grips are amazing- it made a huge difference right away for Frannie- a foster dog who had her back leg amputated. The vet office put them on and they also saw a difference right away! I was happy to remove the yoga matts all over the house! Definitely passing on to her owners once she is adopted!

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