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Soft Paws® Canine (XXL)

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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 $21.95 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.

XXL Size: (40-70 lbs)
[Examples: Labrador, Shepherd]

WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm - www.P65Warnings.ca.gov

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  1. Saved our Cherry Floors

    Posted by Mitch Shannon on 24th Sep 2019

    We have Cherry hardwood floors and a 55lb yellow Lab. The soft paws have helped tremendously, since having our floors refinished. However, every once in awhile they leave "plastic" marks when our Lab spins her wheels on our floors.

  2. Molly loves Soft Paws!

    Posted by Cindy Webb on 12th Aug 2019

    My dog drags her paws and wears off her toe nails until they bleed. I had tried everything and soft paws worked. I love them and I am sure Molly does too!

  3. Not What I Needed

    Posted by Elizabeth on 5th Aug 2019

    I did not purchase this to protect my floors and wood from the dog's claws, but to protect his nails from the concrete and help with traction on slick floors. Due to health issues, my dog drops his feet when walking and has trouble getting up. The covers have protected his front nails fairly well, but as his nails have grown and the covers have not come off, it has made it more difficult for him to walk. I can clip through the product, but hesitate to do much as I cannot see the quick. Since it has not helped with traction, I will not be putting on the back paws again. I may redo the front ones, though. I just wish it has helped with traction.

  4. 4 Paws of Approval from our Golden

    Posted by Susan on 3rd Jun 2019

    My Golden's middle back nails on both paws were continually getting worn down by the concrete walk way in our back yard. His two middle nails on each paw started to bleed. We tried boots but he hated wearing them and they made him unstable when walking.
    We decided to give these nail covers a try. The adhesive is strong and the covers are staying on and not wearing down quickly. I was concerned he might have trouble walking but he doesn't even notice the nail covers are on. I've noticed his nails have started to grow back as well. I highly recommend these nail covers.

  5. Works for my intended purpose

    Posted by Unknown on 22nd Jul 2018

    I recently had my century old floors refinished to sell our home. I purchased Soft Paws to prevent my Sheepadoole from scratching the refinished floors. With them on she has no impact on the floor, which was the goal. I would like to suggest that the caps for the larger dogs be wider, making them easier to attach and to utilize the full cap. I do not see the caps lasting 12 weeks, because they only cover a third of the nail due the width of the nail..

    Note from Soft Paws: Thanks for the review, and we're so glad Soft Paws are helping to protect your floors. Individual dogs' claws can differ in width. If you are finding that the XXL are not wide enough for your dog, you might wish to try the next size up, Jumbo. Also, if you find your dog's claws are too wide at the base for the size Soft Paws you have, you can trim the open end of the caps down, which widens the opening and can allow them to slip over wider claws better.

  6. Saved our Hardwood!

    Posted by Unknown on 22nd Jun 2018

    I have a standard poodle who was scratching the new hardwood, when he took off excitedly (even with well groomed nails). Soft Paws (xxl) appear to be the answer to our problem! I do wish there was a supplier in Canada though.

  7. Save the floors!

    Posted by Sharon on 3rd Apr 2018

    We just had our hardwood floors refinished and Soft Paws was recommended to save our floors Our lab doesn't mind at all having the caps on his nails and the floors are beautiful.

  8. My dog is welcome on my floors again!

    Posted by Zeashan on 28th Feb 2018

    Having expensive hardwood floors and a husky means if her hair grows on her feet just long enough, she will slip, run in place, and tear through the finish on your floors. This is basically a battle against time and how religious you are about visits to the groomer.

    Soft paws eliminates most of the remaining risk between visits. They’re relatively simple to apply, we’ll see if my dog chews them off! But so far they seem to be working and my floors aren’t grateful.

    My biggest gripe right now is the economics of it, what comes out to 10$ a month for rubber and super glue. I guess I’m just angry I didn’t think of it first! Well done. One small piece of advice, put the product on Amazon and open it to the masses :). It’s hard to find this product online.

  9. I was skeptical, now I'm a believer!

    Posted by Sal on 11th Sep 2017

    I'm getting ready to move in with my sister for a bit and she has nice hardwood floors we don't want to damage, so figured we'd give these a try. I've used them on cats many times in my life and been very happy with them, but was concerned that they wouldn't stay on my extremely active, 50 pound Heeler/Husky/Something mix that I take out twice a day for a very vigorous game of fetch. He tears around the park like a madman, running in and out of the water, and these things stay put! My dog also has a few toes that grow at an odd angle and really irritate the adjacent pad, causing a red, swollen sore. These have fixed that problem!! I got the XXL, which I did have to trim down lengthwise, but width wise a good fit. I don't expect these to prevent slippage on floors, but am feeling better moving in with my sister knowing my guy won't ruin her floors! My dog has super hairy feet, so I wet his feet first to get the hair out of the way, dried the nails off well, and applied the SoftPaws. This way I ensured no little toe hairs were glued into the caps, lessening the chance he would lick and chew at them. I also gave him a yummy treat to chew on immediately after applying them - by the time he finished it, he didn't even remember I put them on his feet. He has completely left them alone! Very happy customer - thank you!

  10. TOE SOCKS

    Posted by Unknown on 30th Aug 2017

    If you are purchasing this product so that you pet doesn't slip on wood floors, don't bother. I actually think this made things worse for my dog. Remeber the old toe socks? That's what these things seem like for my dog--bulky things jammed between her toenails spreading them at an awkward angle. Now they are glued in place, and aside from one paw that fell off almost immediately, I'm not sure how to pry the rest off. I gave it 2 stars because it probably does prevent scratching. It's just definitely not the product I was hoping for.

    Message from Dr Schelling at Soft Paws:
    We have had some people say they help with slippage, and others not. Apparently it varies from dog to dog.
    And the nail caps may appear different becasue they make the nails more prominent, but tthey do not interfere with how the nails are angled. Generally it is that they are just more readily visible with the nail caps on. And dog's nails can angle differently.
    As far as removing them, please contact us and we will be glad to assist. Start by just trimming the tip of the nail cap. This will help break the adhesive seal.
    Please contact us with any questions.

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