Dr. Buzby’s ToeGrips

ToeGrips are non-slip nail grips that enable your senior or special needs dog to get up without struggling and walk without slipping.

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Sizing is critical. Click here for instructions.

Sizing is critical. Click here for instructions.

Sizing is critical. Click here for instructions.

Please Select Correct Size

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

      *Package contains 20 ToeGrips

How to select the right size for your dog:

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

Customer Reviews

Based on 210 reviews
Love them!

So thankful for Toe Grips! Our pup has had two surgeries for ruptured discs in her neck and her balance isn’t what it use to be. Toe Grips help her maintain her balance and walk on our wood floors with confidence. Thank you for such a great product!

What a difference!

My almost 14.old Standard Schnauzer has regained traction and better mobility on hardwood floors and stairs. No more rug pads needed for stairs...just the bare wood I love so much. In addition to better mobility, I see no New scratch marks on my floors. A win/win! Thank you so much for a wonderful product.

Scout’s story

Scout is a 15-year-Old beagle/Australian Shepherd mix (we think). He was diagnosed with dermatomyositis when he was one, which means he’s been taking steroids since then. He lost muscle on his head, and his paws are sensitive, but other than that his condition never slowed him down. The past couple of years, though, he’s been having trouble with his hind legs and back. Whether it’s just old age, the long-term effects of steroids, or his disease, he has trouble climbing and jumping, and on our hardwood floors, just walking. Last year I looked for solutions. I thought Dr. Buzby’s toe grips seemed worth a try. While it didn't make Scout fall-proof, he definitely slips less with them on. He hates having his nails trimmed or feet messed with, but I can get the toe grips on without too much hassle. We probably won’t have him around too much longer, and we want him to be able to walk around without sprawling on the floor, so we’ll keep putting toe grips on him as long as he’s here!


Got the toe grips and put them on with very little problems. Our groomer was familiar with them and she helped us get them on. They were not a miracle fix at first until she got used to using her nails for traction. She is doing progressively better each day. It will be a week tomorrow and she is doing great.
Dog is a Shih Tsu - 15 years old June 29th. A great little pet that we inherited from my 93 year old mother 3 years ago. She was born and raised in West Palm Beach, FL, so she is not used to high gloss hardwood floors. She is getting better at staying on her feet daily.
Thanks for a great product and for the follow-up!
We WILL be repeat customers!

Best Gift!

Toe Grips are one of the best gifts I could give my senior Golden. Chemotherapy and age made getting up very difficult for her and the Toe Grips definitely helped her especially on wood floors.

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