PAWks Anti-Slip Dog Socks – Keep Doggie Safe
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PAWks Anti-Slip Dog Socks

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PAWks Anti-Slip Dog Socks

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$ 9.99


What Top Dog Says About Pawks Indoor | Outdoor Dog Socks

PAWks anti-slip dog socks provide paw protection for dogs with foot injuries, as well as increased traction for older dogs (or dogs with hip injuries). The dog socks can also help protect your hardwood floors from accidental scratches.  They feature an anti-slip wrap around silicone sole to keep the socks securely on your doggy's feet. Stretchy cotton/spandex makes them ideal for both indoors and out. They are cute, stylish and put the "fun" in functional. 

Need Booties for your dog to keep them from scratching the floor?

PAWkz dog boots prevent your dog from scratching the floor. The rubber sole protect their paws and your floor.

Protect your doggie from the elements. Get the PAWks Indoor/Outdoor socks today! 

Here Are The Doggie Details

  • Anti-slip paw print decal maximizes grip
  • Protects hardwood floors and leather car seats from claw scratches
  • Provides elderly dogs with the traction needed to maintain mobility
  • Not for use in icy or freezing conditions
  • Anti-slip wrap-around rubber sole provides traction on slippery surfaces
  • Shields paws from hot asphalt, burs, foxtails, spiders, bees & natural hazards
  • Great for protecting wounds including dermatitis and granulomas, plus neurological and spinal issues.  Prevents dog from licking injured paws
  • Stretchy cotton/spandex
  • Machine washable for easy care
  • Protects against salt and other outdoor irritants
  • Manufactured for indoor and outdoor use
  • Add scotch-guard to protect them and make them waterproof
  • Sold in packs of four

Top Dog Tips & Advice for PAWks Indoor |Outdoor Dog Socks:

These are great for keeping sand off paws and for a quick jaunt in the heat. If you are going to use them for cooling down their paws, we recommend adding a gauze pad to absorb the heat. It is important to keep your dog’s claws trimmed in order to prevent damaging tears. Initially, your dog may prance while wearing the socks. After a few walks, your dog should become accustomed to the feeling and walk naturally.

Check out Protecting Your Dog's Paws in Summer

What's In the Doggie Bag

Set of four (4) Pawks Anti-Slip Indoor Outdoor Dog Socks


Size Guide


Paw Width (IN)


1 1/2


1 3/4




2 1/2




XS -  10 pounds or less

SML  11-20 pounds

MED  21-50 pounds

LRG  51-80 pounds

XL     81-150 pounds

How to Measure

To get a front paw measurement have your doggie stand with their front paw on a piece of paper. Ensuring the dog's weight is on the paw, draw a line to the left and right of the widest part of the paw. Now you can simply measure the distance between the two lines to get the paw width measurement. 

For the best fit, trim your dog's nails before putting on the PAWks. If you are between sizes, we recommend the larger size. Dogs may prance when first wearing PAWks. Distract the dog with their favorite toy or treat until they get used to them.

Boot Training Tips

Training your dog to wear boots is more about patience on your part rather than the dog’s. It will take some time, especially if your pooch has an issue with someone handling his feet. Work slowly and at your dog’s pace.

  1. Have your dog in a standing position (get some help from another person if your dog won’t stand) on a non-slip area—carpet works best.
  2. Slip a boot on one of his feet but don’t fasten it.
  3. Take the boot off and reward your dog with a small treat.
  4. The next day, repeat the process, only place the boot on a different foot. Don’t forget to reward your dog.
  5. Repeat this process each day using a different foot. Once you’ve accomplished placing the boot on each foot individually, try putting boots on two paws at the same time. Each day, put the boots on two different paws.
  6. Eventually work your way up to placing all four boots on your dog’s paws at the same time, but don’t fasten them.
  7. Once your dog is comfortable with wearing all four boots unfastened, start the process over with one boot on one foot with a fastened boot. By this time, your dog should be pretty comfortable with you handling his feet and wearing the boots because he knows he’ll receive a tasty treat when he’s done.

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