ToeGrips Reviews: How ToeGrips help dogs like yours
We understand how heartbreaking it is to see your senior, arthritic, or special needs dog slipping on hardwood floors, smooth surfaces, or stairs. But hope and help are here. Dr. Buzby’s ToeGrips help improve your dog’s life by increasing the anti-slip traction needed to walk on slippery surfaces. Read happy ending stories of dogs just like yours whose lives have been transformed by ToeGrips!
SABE: 18 Years Young
My 18 year old mini pin mix has been having the hardest time getting around lately. His arthritis has made walking on the slippery tile and wood floors along impossible. He felt trapped to the small rug in the living room. As soon as we got his toegrips on….he was able to walk!! We love them!!
HANK: Old Friend
He’s able to walk confidently on our hardwood floors again, instead of hopping area rug “island” to “island”. Thanks for inventing a simple constant wear product to help our older best friends! Boots and socks were never an option for Hank because he gets hot, enjoys laying in the dirt/garden, and swimming in our pool.
CODY: 14 & Feeling Good
Here we are on day 2 of ToeGrips and we are a changed household! He trots around the house like a pup again, even jumping and hopping! I cannot believe the difference!!!!!!!!! I am telling everyone I know. Our old and injured pups deserve to feel this good.
Grip so your dog won’t slip. That’s the secret behind ToeGrips. The non-slip nail grips fit onto your dog’s toenails to restore your dog’s natural ability to use his or her nails for gripping and gaining traction on hardwood floors or smooth surfaces. Your dog gains new found freedom–and you can rest easier knowing that you’re helping your dog enjoy the longest, happiest life possible with better mobility, reduced risk of a slip and fall injury, and restored confidence. ToeGrips are proudly made in the USA.
About Dr. Buzby
Dr. Julie Buzby has been an integrative veterinarian for nearly 20 years, having earned certification by the American Veterinary Chiropractic Association in 1998, and by the International Veterinary Acupuncture Society in 2002. She is passionate about the power of our relationships with dogs and our ability to positively impact quality of life as dogs age by engaging in higher quality of care along the way.