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Romeo got grippy socks cause he’s old and having a hard time with the slippery floors.

Romeo got grippy socks cause he’s old and having a hard time with the slippery floors.

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  1. Oh. Romeo has stolen my heart! Look at his sweet face. That derpy tongue. Those adorable socks! I love him!

  2. Oh my god he reminds me of my fall risk patients who wear grippy socks <3 yellow means high fall risk green means low fall risk

  3. I have a special place in my heart for pets who blep so hard that their whole tongue is outside of their mouth

  4. So they work pretty well? I’ve got 2 dogs that are getting older and we have hardwoods. They already slip occasionally.

  5. Hi! Just wanted to make a suggestion. My 7yo dog had the same issue. We had refinished our pool and when they blasted off the original paint a lot of micro plastic/glass ball that they used was left behind on our pool deck. We didn’t know. Our dog slipped and really hurt herself. I tried all kinds of socks and shoes and finally found the brand Lava socks. It gives the best fit and the best grip. The Velcro strap system really keeps them on my dog’s feet all day long. Indoor and out. The rubber padding on the bottom is strong and textured for extra grip. Pretty comfy for the most part. Our dog wears two on her back paws. We saw significant improvement within a week.

  6. Aww, Romeo deserves the world! Even though this is just one picture, I can tell that you’re a wonderful human being who is already taking care of that ❤

  7. Yo! OP! Theres a product you can get where you make their soles grippy. It took a little finesse but it worked Great! Some nice/cute vet tech told me about it for my GSD who had a neurodegenerative issue.

    It’s little tiny rubber bits (like coarse sand) you adhere to their pads with a thin layer of super glue. kinda genius! It doesn’t hurt em, works great, and wears off in a couple weeks.

    Put the rubber sand in a little ketchup to go dish thing from a fast food place, it made it so i could do each pad individually and not in a messy rush. My GSD was picky about being tidy, so I had to get it Just right for her lol

  8. My dog has an autoimmune disorder, and for a while was on so much prednisone that her muscles started to atrophy. Yes it was hell, but thankfully she’s better now. But for a while she could barely walk, couldn’t do stairs, when standing her legs would literally slide out from under her.

    It never even occurred to me to put booties on my dog, so we just got/borrowed a bunch of small rugs for all the hardwood/tile. With those grippy pads underneath of course.

    Also, if you have hardwood stairs, these “stair grippy things” are INCREDIBLE. Super easy to apply, 1 ½ years later they’re still going strong and look basically brand new. My dog was terrified of the stairs because they were too slippery and she fell a couple times, but with these grippy things, she quickly regained confidence. I can’t recommend them highly enough.

    EdenProducts(15-PACK)Pre Cut Transparent 24″ x 4″ (More Sizes Available) Non Slip Strips, Safety For Kids, Elders And Pets, Adhesive Stair / Floor Tre https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0756M19NC/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apip_tXpCQZdwOJVCJ

  9. thanks for sharing these! my girl is still young but she does the cha cha slide across our hardwood floor sometimes after having knee surgery. ive been buying rugs to cover the floor and didnt even think of grippy socks to help her!

  10. Duck-footed in the back, pigeon-toed in the front, and adorable all over. Sock monkey socks all DAY, that tongue, those damn eyes, he’s fucking precious

  11. Were the socks a hard adjustment for him? I may have to try this for my old girl but I’ve seen so many videos where it kinds freaks them out.

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