Clawgs Sizing Guides & Demonstration Videos

Determine the Clawg lengths that fit your dog. Use one of three sizing techniques based on the tools you have.

Heel pad height matters

We measure paws differently than dog boot companies. Start measurement from against the leg behind the heel pad's furthest back point, which is off-center.

Bend ankles

Try Clawgs lengths while paws are in their standing position with fully bent ankles.

Measure front and back paws

Many dogs' back paws are smaller than their front paws. It's normal for one dog to wear two different sizes.

Try on Clawg lengths

Rather than measuring paws, set measuring tools to Clawg lengths and try them on paws. The Clawg length should completely cover front pads while ankles are bent and toes are spread but not contact front claw tips.

Size up

If you can't decide between two sizes, select the larger size. Be confident that pads are not contacting the ground.

Three sizing methods:

Printable Strips

If you have a printer and scissors, please use the sizing guide below that matches your paper size and view the demonstration video.


Letter Size Paper - Printable Strips Sizing Guide

Legal Size Paper - Printable Strips Sizing Guide

DIN / ISO A4 Size Paper - Printable Strips Sizing Guide

Flexible Measuring Tape

If you have a flexible measuring tape, or “tailor’s tape”, please use the following sizing guide and view the demonstration video.

Flexible Measuring Tape Sizing Guide

Rigid Measuring Tape And String (Or Dental Floss)

If you have a rigid measuring tape and string (or dental floss), please use the following guide and view the demonstration video.

Rigid Measuring Tape And String Sizing Guide

Sized up and ready?