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Soft Paws® Canine (Extra Large)

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Solve Your Dog Scratching Problems Using Original, Authentic, Soft Paws—Made in the U.S.A.

Developed by a veterinarian, Soft Paws® nail caps are made in the USA using non-toxic vinyl. The nail caps are applied to your dog's nails using a non-toxic, cold-bonding, veterinary-grade adhesive, and are a completely safe and humane solution to dog scratching problems.

Soft Paws® help protect against the following situations:

  • Damage to household surfaces such as floors, doors, screens, walls and furniture
  • Canine skin conditions that are aggravated by scratching
  • Protects you and your loved ones from scratches from your dog


Economical Price
Only $20.95 per package for a 4 to 6 month supply.

Each Soft Paws® kit contains 40 nail caps, 2 tubes of adhesive, applicator tips, and easy-to-follow instructions. One kit contains enough for 4 front paw applications and each application lasts approximately 4 to 6 weeks, which makes each kit lasts approximately 4 to 6 months.

Extra Large Size: (20-40 lbs)
[Example: Scottie]

WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm -

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  1. soft paws

    Posted by patty stone on 22nd May 2018

    They are great no more scratches on my arms

  2. Great protectors!

    Posted by Unknown on 26th Mar 2018

    Thank you for your service!
    It helps when you have 110 LB friend chasing a feline ...on the hardwood floors.

  3. Good alternative

    Posted by Pimo Mazurczak on 24th Aug 2017

    A great solution. Helps immensely with "used" paws. Very grateful.

  4. Good Product

    Posted by Cindy on 28th Jul 2017

    I bought these on my vet's advice for "gripping" purposes because each time my 80 lb. puppy runs on the hardwood, especially down the stairs, she slips and falls and has now injured herself. Although I couldn't get these on the puppy (high anxiety to having her feet touched), my 45 lb. older dog was agreeable. What a world of difference it makes for her on the hardwood floors and when jumping on me to get my attention. I no longer have snags on my clothing or long scratches all the way down my legs. I have to agree to the difficulty for removal which is why I didn't give five stars.


    Posted by PAUL on 20th Jul 2017


  6. Saved My Floors!!

    Posted by Rachael L Bean on 17th May 2017

    My dog has no problem with me filing down his nails and putting on his nail covers. They have saved our new wood floors that cost us thousands of $$$$$.

  7. Soft Paws used on elderly mother's dog

    Posted by Carole Wilson on 11th May 2017

    I love this product although I think they changed the glue. I had a heck of a time getting them off. This is the only reason why I didn't give 5 stars.

  8. working good so far

    Posted by Danny on 21st Apr 2017

    My 30 pound 13 year old beagle has hip issues and drags her back nails when she walks, so her nails would wear done to almost the dew claws. The soft paws work good . no sign of wear the first week...but we did have to shorten them before we attached them because here nails were so short.


    Posted by Andy on 9th Feb 2017

    We ordered the extra large size for our dog (weighs apx. 45 lbs) and they fit perfectly. The Soft Paws were easy to apply and our dog has tolerated them very well. There has only been one which has come off so far, which surprised us b/c we have an active dog who loves to run.

  10. don't stay on

    Posted by Unknown on 17th Nov 2016

    Great concept. Needs stronger adhesive to stay on. I got multiple sizes to make sure they fit but that didn't help they still come off.

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