Knit Socks 3-pack Size: Small
This product is great for keeping my dog from chewing her feet
The socks keep my dog from chewing her feet. I don't have to take her to the vet to get the feet bandaged any more at $20 a foot and it only lasts for 3 days. These socks can be washed daily. they are easy to use and she doesn't bother with them once they are on. They enable me to continue taking her for walks as the open sore does not touch the ground.
March 6, 2013
Our dog is 15 years old and has been having problems with his arthritis, especially in his rear legs. He had become "front wheel drive" -- his front legs would pick him up, but his rear legs only righted themselves when his front end was upright. This looked very uncomfortable and caused him to slip sometimes. Plus, we have slick wooden floors, on which he would slid and fall sometimes. We had previously used tyvek booties on another arthritic dog, but they couldn't be used for extended periods of time, due to sweating. I hope that these socks breath better.
We put them on today #only on his rear legs so he could adapt to them, since he generally eats anything we put on him#, and they work great! he doesn't eat them, and his rear legs work better! With 4 in each pattern, they are a great value thus far. He walks more quickly, gets up more easily, and smiles more. :)
February 26, 2013
Size med fit Vinny. He's a 14 yr old minature schnauzer with back leg problems. The vet suggested socks because the cold weather makes the problem worse and my whole house has tile floors. He walks well on all fours.
January 26, 2013
These socks stayed on my dogs paws.
I used these socks to help stop my dog from licking her paws and causing sores on the top of them. It was nervous habit from being in a puppy mill for 7 years of her life. I bandaged the sore ones and put the sock over and she didn't slip on the hardwood floor because of the gripper on bottom of sock. I put them on her at night and took off during the day to let air help to heal sore. I would recommend them also to keep paws dry or warm if you have wood floors. I washed them by hand and they didn't shrink.
January 4, 2013