Grippers™ Non Slip Dog Socks

$16.95 USD

Best Non Slip Dog Socks

Please Contact Us for Sizing Assistance to Ensure the Best Fit for Your Dog

Grippers™, a Dog Quality product; are non-slip dog socks which give your older dog the traction they need on slippery indoor surfaces such as tile or hardwood. An innovative design provides a grip around the entire paw so even if the socks twist, your dog will continue to have the traction they need. 4 socks per set.

The soft rubber coating creates a waterproof barrier so these dog socks can also be worn outdoors. No more having to take the traction socks on and off each time your dog goes outside. *Please note: Due to the rubber coating Grippers do not provide traction on snow or ice therefore we do not recommend using them in winter conditions.

Both weight and paw measurements are very important in determining the correct size. If your dog does not match the weight category for his paw size, please contact us for sizing assistance. When measuring width please have your dog standing (if possible) and measure flat across the top of the paw at the widest point - please do not measure down the sides. Alternatively, you can have your dog standing on a piece of paper and then mark both sides of the paw and measure the distance between these marks. If your dog is 60 lbs or more we recommend going up one size from where the width lines up with our sizing. 

It is difficult for dogs with arthritis and other mobility challenges to remain stable on tile and hardwood and can often fall very hard on these unforgiving floors, so Grippers are a great way to help stabilize them and keep them safely on their feet. More comfortable than dog shoes or dog boots and more protective than regular dog socks, Grippers represent a step forward in dog footwear. 

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Customer Reviews

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Carol E. (Scottsdale, US)
Terrific

Very satisfied. Took a bit of getting used to but helped prevent my senior fellow from slipping. Outstanding customer service. Did belly belt exchange without any problems. These people were so helpful and pleasant. Wish all companies had such service. Price is fair and quality products provided. Five star PLUS. Don't hesitate to order from this company. Thank you for being so wonderful.

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Susan K. (York Village, US)
Work Fairly Well

These work better then other things that I have tried. Not so good outside, but on hardwood and tile it does help our terrier/mix.

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Yossi L. (Petah Tikva, IL)
Maybe Good, but hard to put on

Bought the socks for my old dog who is sliding all over.
Maybe (& probably) it is a good solution but I couldn't get him to put them on. Succesded with one but he took it of before I managed to put the band to tighten it.

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Ellen K. (Annapolis, US)
Definitely helps my senior dog's mobility on hardwood floors

These are great for my 18 y.o. pup to get around on our slippery floors at home. We just use them on her back paws as those legs will slip and splay out. She adjusted to them immediately. You must watch the video on how to put them on to save effort. The method works well. We take them off at bedtime so her feet can sweat normally. We've also tried the self-adhesive paw covers, but the nails must be super short for them to work and they don't stay on for very long. Love these grippers. They add to my pup's quality of life for certain.

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Kelley M. (Apex, US)
Pretty Good, Definitely Helped

The grippers definitely helped our dog during the last weeks of his life. At that time, his back legs grew increasingly weak & it was so hard for him to get up from & even walk on our hardwood floors. The areas where I think the grippers could be improved are with the “sock” part of the booties. We did find that the booties would twist some & slide down, even with the adjustable Velcro ties. Since the rubberized foot of the booties was so helpful, we were more than willing to keep them on our dog & adjust them as needed. However, I think the company should redesign the sock part of the booties to include more Lycra/spandex in the fabric, even if it requires selling them at a higher price point.