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  • PawFriction restores traction on your dog's paws without the need for individual sizing or placing objects over the foot. Symptoms related to muscle loss, arthritis, orthopedic/neurologic issues, and general aging are eased. Testing has shown that PawFriction decreases thermal heat transfer from hot surfaces under reasonable conditions. Should not damage flooring, upholstery, linens or other fabric.


    Most effective for dogs experiencing: Arthritis or old age, neurologic conditions (e.g. degenerative myelopathy, disc disease, lumbosacral instability, brain tumors, Wobbler’s), orthopedic issues: fractures, ACL injuries, patella luxation, postoperative recovery, confidence issues (e.g. reluctance to walk on smooth floors), rehabilitation or physical therapy, or conditions that can make walking on smooth floors difficult.

PawFriction

PawFriction
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Product Information

PawFriction is a non-toxic canine paw pad coating system that is designed to improve the quality of life for senior dogs and dogs with orthopedic or neurological conditions. PawFriction decreases sliding on smooth floors, increases mobility, and reduces risk of injury.

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Dogs

Product Benefits

PawFriction restores traction on your dog's paws without the need for individual sizing or placing objects over the foot. Symptoms related to muscle loss, arthritis, orthopedic/neurologic issues, and general aging are eased. Testing has shown that PawFriction decreases thermal heat transfer from hot surfaces under reasonable conditions. Should not damage flooring, upholstery, linens or other fabric.


Most effective for dogs experiencing: Arthritis or old age, neurologic conditions (e.g. degenerative myelopathy, disc disease, lumbosacral instability, brain tumors, Wobbler’s), orthopedic issues: fractures, ACL injuries, patella luxation, postoperative recovery, confidence issues (e.g. reluctance to walk on smooth floors), rehabilitation or physical therapy, or conditions that can make walking on smooth floors difficult.