How Dr. Buzby’s ToeGrips give instant traction to dog toenails and stop slipping, sliding and falling

Dr. Buzby’s ToeGrips are non slip nail grips that fit onto dogs’ toenails, adhere by friction, and create the GripZone—gripping the floor in a way a dog’s toenails cannot.


Designed for senior, arthritic, and special needs dogs, Dr. Buzby’s ToeGrips are the only product on the market that use dogs’ natural bio-mechanics—enabling traction through their toenails.

ToeGrips provide instant traction and confidence for dogs who struggle on hard-surface floors and stairs—such as hardwood, tile, linoleum, marble, etc.

With this unique patent-pending approach, here’s how ToeGrips work to help senior, arthritic, and special needs dogs who struggle on slippery surfaces:


  • Improved mobility and stability
  • Increased confidence
  • Reduced risk of slip-and-fall injuries
  • Plus, you no longer have to consider covering your whole house in mats and runners. Throw rugs are gone with ToeGrips!

Dr. Buzby’s ToeGrips “Before and After”

But won’t my dog chew them off?

Because ToeGrips rest on the nail and are not in contact with sensitive tissue/skin, 97% of dogs do not seem to notice them, even dogs who are notorious for resenting things on their paws!

Dr. Buzby’s ToeGrips will help your dog rediscover confident mobility! Read what our customers are saying…

Mandy Hemmings

“If I could be a saleswoman for your company, I would travel the world singing of the greatness of this product.”

I wanted to thank you for such an amazing product. I have a 13 year old rottie who has cancer that we are trying to make comfortable until he tells us it’s his time. He was falling 5-6 times a day on our hardwoods, and it was seriously breaking my heart. I work at an animal hospital and had another client recommend your product that was offered to her through her holistic acupuncturist. I thought, “well this couldn’t hurt to try” I’m so glad that I did. He is a different dog now. He is so confident, and knows he’s not going to fall. He actually comes running now to get his breakfast and dinner, and greets me at the door with his bone every night when i come home from work. He hasn’t done that in months…

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