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Best Dog Bandages for Foot | Dog Paw Wraps

Best Dog Bandages for Foot | Dog Paw Wraps

A pet dog is a huge responsibility, including caring for them when they get hurt. In case of an injury or a wound, you must know how to bandage your dog’s paw and which types of wraps to use.

Injuries to your dog’s paw can occur while walking barefoot outdoors or accidentally stepping on a sharp object. So check your dog’s feet regularly for cuts or bruises, especially after walks. If the injury is severe, always consult a vet, but the chance of the wound getting infected gets drastically lowered if it is covered with a bandage first. Also, read our review of dog leg wraps.

Be sure to learn the proper use and application of each tool in the dog first aid kit so you can efficiently tend to your pet’s wound if the situation ever presents itself.

Dr. Kate Boatright, VMD

Best Bandage Wraps for Dog’s Paw

1. Eco-Fused Self Adhering Dog Bandage Wraps

Eco-Fused Self Adhering Bandage - Injury Wrap Tape for Pets (Dogs Cats Horses) - Pack of 6 - Supports Muscles and Joints - Does not Stick to Hair – Elastic Water Repellent Breathable - Relieves Stress
Comfort Level
Self Adhesion
Easy to Stretch

It does not stick to the dog’s hair

It comes in one size (3 inches)

It comes for dogs and cats both

Elasticity allows adapting to your dog’s body shape

Water-resistant

Pack contains 3 rolls 5cm wide, 3 rolls 2.5cm wide, & 1 cleaning cloth

2. AUPCON Vet Bandage Wraps for Dogs

AUPCON Vet Wrap Cohesive Bandages Bulk Self Adhesive Bandage Wrap Self Adherent Wrap Non-Woven for Dogs Pet Animals & Ankle Sprains & Swelling
Comfort Level
Self Adhesion
Easy to Stretch

Ideal for dressing wounds & swelling

Two sizes of roll (2inches & 3 inches)

Colors – Beige, Black, Camo, Dark blue, Claw, Blue claw

Breathable & latex-free causing less irritation

They tear easily, providing excellent support

Water-resistant

Lightweight

3. WePet Gauze Bandage Rolls for Dogs

WePet Vet Wrap, Vet Tape Bulk Self-Adherent Gauze Rolls Non-Woven Cohesive Bandage First Aid for Dogs Cats Horses Birds Animals Strong Sports Tape 12 Rolls
Comfort Level
Self Adhesion
Easy to Stretch

Provides security, protection & support

Three sizes of roll (2 inches, 3 inches, 4 inches)

It does not stick to dog fur, making it pain-free when removing

Each roll comes packed in separate cellophane, keeping them clean & hygienic

Water-resistant

Recommended for sensitive dogs

4. Prairie Horse Supply Vet Dog Bandages

Vet Wrap Rap Tape (Assorted Colors, Paw Prints, Patterns) (2 Pack) (2, 3, or 4 Inch x 15 feet) Self Adhesive Adherent Adhering Cohesive Flex Self Stick Bandage Grip Roll Dog Cat Pet Horse
Comfort Level
Self Adhesion
Easy to Stretch

Easy to tear and use

Three sizes of roll (2 inches, 3 inches, 4 inches)

Colors – Black, Blue, Brown, Fuchsia, Hunter green, Neon green, Neon pink, Orange, Purple, Red, Teal, White, Yellow

It becomes more flexible when used with padding.

No clips or fasteners are needed for sticking tape

Water-resistant

5. LotFancy Non-Woven Cohesive Dog Bandage Wraps

LotFancy Vet Wrap, 10 Pack Self Adhesive Bandage Wrap, Non-Woven Cohesive Bandage, First Aid Tape for Horses Dogs Cats Elbow Ankle, Assorted Color
Comfort Level
Self Adhesion
Easy to Stretch

It will not get loose by water or sweat

Three sizes of roll (2 inches, 3 inches, 4 inches)

Made of porous non-woven material for breathability

Recommended by vet & trainers

Lightweight

Tears easily by hand

6. xiweeui Self Adhesive Bandage Wrap for Dogs

xiweeui Self Adhesive Bandage Wrap, Vet Wrap Cohesive Bandages for Dogs Horses Pet Animals for Wrist Healing Ankle Sprain and Swelling
Comfort Level
Self Adhesion
Easy to Stretch

In the absence of scissors, can be torn easily by hand

It comes in one size (2 inches)

Breathable & soft

Water-resistant

Lightweight

How to Wrap a Dog’s Paw?

Follow these steps to bandage your dog’s paw properly:

  1. Firstly, check whether the injured paw is bloody or not. 
  2. Next, carefully wash the wound with warm water and remove any debris you may encounter inside the wound.
  3. Then slowly begin cleaning the injured area, ensuring that your dog isn’t in discomfort. Use disinfectant to sterilize the wound.
  4. Apply an antiseptic cream to the injured part of the paw.
  5. Carefully wrap the paw pad in soft gauze.
  6. Finally, over the gauze, apply a pressure bandage. Make sure to keep the toes out so your dog doesn’t lose traction due to the wrapping.

I am a certified dog trainer, behaviorist, and aggression specialist. I have been pursuing my passion in this field since 2015 and have worked with countless dogs since then. I specialize in force-free and positive reinforcement training.

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