- Ultra-cushioned interior padded base
- Rubberized, waterproof, tractioned sole
- Breathable Airprene sock/sleeve
- Double-closing Velcro lapels for additional security
- Seamless interior
- Quick drying and easy maintenance
- As a breathable, protective alternative to bandages, or as a bandage cover.
- For Calluses, corns, and warts, dragging toes, torn ligaments, and arthritic or broken toes.
- For cuts, scrapes, pad burns, puncture wounds, or other soft tissue injuries.
- To provide traction for unstable dogs, or for those dogs walking on slick surfaces.
- To protect paws against environmental hazards such as rocks, ice, salt, hot pavement, and sand.
- To protect owners and pool surfaces from scratches and scrapes when swimming.
Designed to stay in place and be worn all day.
- The seamless interior provides a comfortable non-irritating fit.
- The perforated top sole and cuff are flexible, which allows proper ventilation and full range of motion.
- The front opening lapels make it easy to slip Thera-Paw into place.
- The dual closing components provide additional security to ensure that Thera-Paw stays on even the most active dogs
1. Place a piece of paper on a hard floor surface.
2. Have your dog stand and bear weight with the affected paw on the piece of paper.
3. Trace around the outline of the paw, keeping the pen vertical and in continuous contact with the paw.
4. Determine the Paw Width by measuring the paw tracing at its widest point.
5. Determine the Paw Length by measuring the paw tracing at its longest point to the tip of the nails
6. Determine the Wrist/Ankle Circumference by measuring the circumference at the midpoint of the wrist or ankle.
7. Determine the Wrist/Ankle Height by:
a. Measuring the height from the back of the main footpad to the base of the carpal pad (Front Leg).
b. Measuring the height from the top of the paw to the ankle joint (Back Leg).
8. Compare your measurements with those on the sizing chart to determine the correct Thera-Paw size for your dog.
Helpful Hints and Other Useful Information
1. If your dog has “high” knuckles and toes, please add ¼” inch to your Paw Width measurement.
2. If your dog is nervous about bearing weight on the piece of paper, lift his/her other paw off the ground.
3. If your dog is not able to bear weight on the affected paw because of pain or a wound, measure the same paw (Front or Back) on the opposite side AS LONG AS that paw is similar in size and shape.
4. If the affected paw is abnormally shaped in any way (e.g., toe amputation, digital deformities) please consult with us before purchasing the Thera-Paw b