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Soft Paws® Canine (Jumbo)

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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 $22.95 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.

Jumbo Size: (70 pounds and up)
[Example: Basset]

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  1. Pets "gone wild" during bad weather!

    Posted by Donna LaCava on 7th May 2016

    The soft paws is a fix for pets "gone wild" during storms! These plastic caps are glued on the pets paws, keeps pets from painful clawing, and destructive behavior to door casements and the like.
    My only complaint is the glue, there often isn't enough for 4 full sets, and I don't find it works very well.

  2. Great but come off easily

    Posted by Tom on 19th Mar 2016

    Our dog is not outside much, and some of them have already come off on his hind legs. The ones at the front are wearing through a bit at about 2 weeks since application. Otherwise, great floor savers, but buy enough

  3. Quality decrease

    Posted by Unknown on 16th Mar 2016

    This is the second order I placed. It seems like the nail covers are less durable compared to the first order I received in January and the glue doesn't hold as well either. They do protect hardwood floors from scratches but it gets annoying to have to replace the covers on a daily basis.

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    Posted by Unknown on 22nd Feb 2016

    Works great, even though I have to cut the jumbo size so they are not too long they work great.

  5. not intended for Great Danes

    Posted by jordan on 18th Dec 2015

    I want to start by saying that I love the product itself and the concept; however, I purchased the Jumbo size (which was the largest ones they offer) for my female Great Dane. She is a small Dane and was the runt of the litter at almost 4 years old only weighing in at 105-110 lbs. The jumbo size was labeled as being for dogs 71 lbs and up. I had just taken my Dane to the groomers the day we received the soft paws and asked them to grind her nails down as much as possible and told them I was planning on putting these soft paws on her. They did but when I got home and tried to put them on her, it was very difficult except for her dewclaws because her nails were thicker and taller than the soft paws. I think they should be labeled as dogs weighing 71 - 95 or 100 lbs. If SoftPaws would make a bigger size than their Jumbo for Danes I would try them.

  6. Large enough, but not long enough

    Posted by Alexa on 19th Nov 2015

    I really like these products, they stick to my dog's claws nicely and adhere soundly without falling off. They are large enough for her paws (she's mostly a chow, sheltie, golden retriever mix), but aren't long enough to cover her whole claw; I can't file her nails down anymore or I'll hit her quick. So they come up short and look a bit odd length wise on her paws, making me wish they were longer. But I'm happy they are large enough (but not too big they fall off) for her big nails.

    It'd also be nice if there were more colors to choose from as well.

  7. Our saving grace….

    Posted by Sue Costanzo and Gracie on 9th Nov 2015

    Grace is our 125 lb Bernese Mountain dog..with a soft old antique white pine floor, we HAVE to have soft paws on her to prevent the scratches from ruining the floor…the soft was work beautifully! We don;t know what we'd do without them

  8. saved my floors

    Posted by Hailey on 29th Oct 2015

    these are great. I have a Cane Corso and they really work !

  9. love them but..

    Posted by tracy on 19th Oct 2015

    I love these things! The only issue I've had and noticed is the MASSIVE difference in size between the XXL and the jumbo.. I have a 70 English bulldog and the XXL are too small for his nails, so I ordered him the jumbo. They are twice the size all around... Why would there be such a massive size increase for only one size up? They are extremely long and I have to cut every single one to make them kinda sorta fit. They are very helpful for cork flooring, so I really do love them I just wish there was a size perfectly in between the XXL and the Jumbo.

  10. Great for older dogs!!!

    Posted by Matt on 19th Aug 2015

    Before using soft paws my 13 year old golden retriever was scared to walk on our wood floors. After having soft paws on for a week he is moving around like he is five years younger! It is great to have him more active again.

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