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Walkin’ Anti-Knuckling Training Dog Sock (single sock)

Original price £59.99 - Original price £74.99
Original price
£59.99
£59.99 - £74.99
Current price £59.99
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The Anti-Knuckling Training Dog Sock is excellent for paw knuckling, this sock encourages your dog to pick up its leg in the correct direction but without forcing it, slowly building up the muscle to hold their leg themselves. The knuckling sock stimulates a dog between its toes and causes him to pick the foot up higher. It is a temporary training tool for short-term, 2 - 5 mins a day. Perfect for rehabilitative use for pets recovering from spinal surgery. Lightweight, comfortable, and adjustable, with convenient touch-fastener closures. See our Knuckling Protection Boots here.

  • Excellent if your dog's paw knuckle
  • Encourages your dog to pick up their feet normally again
  • Perfect for dogs recovering from injuries and disease
  • With extra fleece padding, your dog will find more balanced
  • Provides training support for dogs who drag their back paws

🚚 £3.50 Delivery or £15 Next Day Delivery 🌎 Worldwide shipping

Review: "Bought the training sock on the advice of a dog physiotherapist and am so glad I did. It means my dog can walk around both inside and outside on the concrete without scraping his knuckle." [Emma, UK]  ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

How to Measure Front

Front: Measure Top of Paw to Carpal

Front: Measure Top of Paw to Carpal

How to Measure Rear

Rear: Measure From A to B

Rear: Measure From A to B

Customer Reviews

Based on 8 reviews
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Ian Galloway
Good product but overly priced

The product does exactly as it advises, so pleased in that respect. Just a shame about the £75 cost. The difference in cost to produce against the sale price must be astronomical. The product comprises a small piece of neoprene, 50cm of velcro and 25cm on thin cord.

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Kirsten Child
Doesn’t fit

Even after measuring, the sock is too long and keeps slipping off. The padding is too big for a tiny paw that my dog can’t walk with it on. Will be returning

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Andrea McAllister
Anti knuckling training sock

Bought for my Labrador who’s almost 12 and has begun to trip over her front paw (knuckling) the sock fits well (adjustable) and encourages her to lift and support her front paw. She’s such a sweet nature but I did think the bit between the toes would annoy her …. I didn’t, expensive but worth it in my opinion as she’s walking better.

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Brenda Pemberton
Very expensive

Not used it yet as we are waiting to discuss with our dog's physiotherapist on Thursday. My husband has read the instructions and says that it is only to be used for a few minutes at a time. This is not what we were led to believe when we bought it. The item does seem to be very expensive for what it is. Also the postage was excessive.

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Christine Crawford
Anti-Knuckling Sock

This Anti-Knuckling sock was of no use to my dog. It was very difficult to put on the dogs foot, it’s a two man job. The dog kept the sock on quite well but I felt it did not do anything for her problem and feel the £69.99 price tag overpriced for what it is.