Dr. Buzby's ToeGrips® for Dogs

If your aging dog is slipping on hard floors, you may be feeling helpless.

ToeGrips® help dogs rise and walk on smooth floors so they can enjoy life to the fullest. ❤️

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Help me choose my dog’s size

Choose from 3 easy sizing options…

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
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. However it 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

ToeGrips for dogs: Reviews

Elizabeth P Verified

ToeGrips are essential

ToeGrips are a must have for our spaniel who is elderly and can’t hold herself up on the wood floor without slipping, unless she’s wearing her toe grips, Toe grips are truly a blessing and we keep them on repeated order!

Erika B Verified

Amazing is understatement

My 10.5yr old had a bad acl repair in November, second surgery in February, and her leg atrophied 9cm since she hasn’t put full weight on her leg since November. Until the ToeGrips! She went from skipping on her toes to putting 90% of her weight on her bad leg as soon as I put these on! Her elbows don’t bow out and her gait is relatively smooth now. No more wipe outs on my hard floors and she’s excited for walks! I don’t have to carry her up and down the stairs anymore either.

Beth S Verified

No more slipping on the stairs for Sammy!

After our old terrier mix, Sammy, slipped a couple of times on the stairs–both going up and down–and even on the level wood floors in our house, I tried the ToeGrips. We measured his nails as per directions, got the medium size, and were able to apply them easily. It helps that he is an easy pup to work on! Since then—and it has been almost a month—no more slipping. We also had lots of snow during that time (Illinois), and the ToeGrips stayed in place even with him going outside to potty! I just signed up for a subscription to get new grips every 5 weeks.

Kendell S Verified

Helping my Pom a ton!

My 8 year old Pom was not able to get traction on our hardwood floors and was slipping and her front legs were splaying out even when she was just standing. Once we put these grips on two weeks ago she is about 98 percent better and able to run and keep her feet under her. They have stayed on the whole time too! Wonderful. We are so thankful!

Brenda B Verified

Harley’s success story

Harley, my 14 yr old pug could not walk on our tile floors without falling several times a day. He has a weak back and arthritis in his hips. After applying the toe grips the difference was remarkable. Harley can now maneuver throughout the house without falling. We have even seen him run a time or two. Thank you so much for your product from Harley and me! Just placed my second order!

Debbie Verified

Daisy has never been more active

Our 10 year old beagle has had a hard life unfortunately with horrible arthritis and spine issues. She has a horrible time standing and walking on any smooth surface for the past few years. I didn't want something that would stick or I would have to apply with glue in fear of it falling off or being licked off. ToeGrips have changed her life as she is a constant mover now. I dearly wish I would have found these sooner.

Toniann C Verified

Don’t wait!

Before I got around to putting them on, we had a terrible incident where he was given a medication which caused ataxia and my poor old man could barely move without falling over- it was heartbreaking.The morning this happened, while awaiting the callback from our vet, I remembered the Toe Grips and quickly put them on. Although they didn’t help with his loss of coordination, they provided the needed stability to prevent him from falling. It was truly amazing.

Lindsey Verified

Excellent Product

We moved into a new home that has hardwood floors. Our girl, Kaiya (Great Pyrenees) wouldn’t walk on the hard floors, and when she did, she would slide around. We were so worried she’d hurt herself. These toe grips were a game changer. Kaiya walks everywhere now. We will definitely be ordering more. I highly recommend!

“5 stars! The BEST product out there!”

Amazing! Gave my dog his mobility back!

“ToeGrips allowed us to give Gus a new life!”

“He’s 15-years-old and his legs were just giving out. Dr. Buzby’s ToeGrips allowed us to kinda give Gus a new life! They’re wonderful.”

“He’s 15-years-old and his legs were just giving out. Dr. Buzby’s ToeGrips allowed us to kinda give Gus a new life! They’re wonderful.”

Are ToeGrips right for my dog?

If your dog can walk on carpet or grass but struggles on hardwood floors or smooth surfaces due to age, arthritis, surgery, or disability, Dr. Buzby’s ToeGrips dog nail grips can help.

ToeGrips have helped thousands of dogs worldwide including:

Senior dogs
Arthritic dogs
Dogs with hip
Dogs with cruciate
ligament injuries
Dogs with hind end
Blind dogs
Dogs with
iliopsoas strain
Tripawd® dogs
Dogs that use
Dogs with IVDD
post-surgical dogs

How do ToeGrips dog nail grips work?

All natural for instant traction

We understand how frustrating it is to watch your dog slipping and struggling on hardwood or smooth floors. We care and we can help. We’ve helped thousands of senior dogs just like yours.

ToeGrips are all-natural nail grips that fit on the toenails of each of your dog’s paws for instant traction on slippery surfaces.

Better gripping means less slipping

Dogs use their toenails for traction. They flex their paws and engage their nails like soccer cleats digging into the ground.

But hard nails can’t grip hard floors. ToeGrips dog nail grips work by allowing your dog’s toenails to grip smooth surfaces like hardwood floors.

1. ToeGrips fit on the toenails of each of your dog’s paws.
2. The non-slip nail grips enable instant traction by creating a “grip zone” between the toenails and hard- surface floors and stairs.
3. With better grip, your dog has instant freedom and newfound confidence.

Frequently asked questions

How quickly do ToeGrips work?

The non-slip nail grips fit onto your dog’s toenails to enable instant traction on hard-surface floors and stairs.

How long do ToeGrips dog nail grips last?

ToeGrips® dog nail grips typically last 1-3 months, two months on average. “Mileage” will vary based on your dog’s size, environment, and gait. The more abnormal your dog’s gait, the faster ToeGrips® dog nail grips will wear.

Will my dog chew these off?

Most people assume this is a common scenario, but 97% of dogs do not bother with or chew at their ToeGrips® dog nail grips. In fact, most dogs don’t even seem to notice them, which makes sense because ToeGrips® dog nail grips sit on the poorly innervated nail tip, as opposed to covering skin/soft tissue of the paws and paw pads.

As a veterinarian, ingestion was one of Dr. Buzby’s primary concerns years ago when bringing ToeGrips® dog nail grips to the marketplace. She consulted with several colleagues, including surgeons, about this issue and everyone agreed that based on the size of dog and size of corresponding ToeGrips® dog nail grips, they should pass right through a dog’s GI tract. To date, that has always been the case. Furthermore, ToeGrips® dog nail grips are FDA-certified non-toxic.

Customer Reviews

Based on 950 reviews
Tracy Blakely

Boomer is a 16 year old Lab/Pit mix.. He has arthritis & two of the vertebrae in his neck are rubbing on each other. He was unable to get up on hard surfaces. He is now able to do that! He also walks with more assurance and doesn’t slip and fall. Our vet recommended these and we’re sure glad she did.

Jamie Morrison
Amazing service

Toegrips have definitely helped my 13 year old pit bull get traction on my hardwood floors. There is less slipping and chance for injury (not to mention how my heart dropped every time). But the most amazing thing is the excellent service I’ve received from Dr. Buzbys. After losing grips fast and ordering more, they reached out to me to help me get the correct size and to help glue the grips on to ensure longevity. As a customer who never asks for help, I appreciated it! I’ve already recommended Toegrips to other people and vets (as I am a vet tech myself). Dr. Buzbys, do you, or have you considered working with a rescue group? We have Old Dog Haven in the Seattle area and I’m sure you could make a difference for their foster and fospice dogs. Thank you!!

Improved Mobility

I have a 12-year-old Old English Sheepdog, who has arthritis and back-end weakness due to medication she takes for seizures. This combination makes it impossible for her to get up independently now. Also, most of our flooring is tile which, unfortunately, she prefers to lie on! The toe grips were not that difficult to get on, but I ended up having to use the super glue on many nails. The RESULT: she still can't get up on her own (which is expected), but she definitely slips less when she is walking and seems to be able to stand longer. She doesn't have the "pretzel" legs she had before when walking on the tile. She does not fall down as often, and if she does it is because of how she shifts her weight. I have a rear end "walk-about" harness that I use to lift her, and I do notice it is easier for her to grip when I'm lifter her. I knew the toe grips wouldn't be able to help her get up on her own, as she lacks the strength, but I am thankful for any devices that help her walk better, and I am pleased with the results and will order again!

Frances Pendrous
She can get up again :)

My 15 year old 100 lb labradoodle has arthritic back hips and due to the fact that no one has carpet anymore, and I live in Texas where it is over 100 degrees in heat, she loves to lay on the tile floor. Hence, once there, she could never get up if I were not around to help her. I tried socks with treads, sticky pads, etc. etc. and nothing worked until my vet suggested Dr. Buzby's toegrips. Trust me, I was skeptical as I could not see how they would stay one, My groomer helped me put them on her after she has grinding her nails and trimmed all of her fluffy paws. That was two weeks ago and yes, they are all still on and my girl, still struggles to get up but now, at least, SHE CAN. Love these nails grips and would highly recommend them to all those who are experiencing the same with their elderly furkids,

Zsuzsa Palotas
Only thing that works so far

Hardwood floor, 8 yr old large dog w shoulder and other issues. Losing confidence in waking around the house and leaving the area rugs. Had to glue toegrips on, due to gait. Unfortunately he has kicked about half of them off but the ones still on are still helping!