FitPAWS Dog Paw Pods, 4 count

By FitPAWS
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About This Item

  • Unique shape with a flattened, anti-skid bottom to offer more stability.
  • Helps build confidence and core strength in your furry friend.
  • Boosts dynamic balance, independent limb awareness and coordination.
  • Offers beneficial exercises by standing and stepping on balls.
  • Features non-slip surface that is resistant to damage by dog nails.

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MaterialRubberPlasticPlasticNylonPolyester
Breed SizeN/AN/ALarge Breeds
Assembly RequiredN/AN/ANo
Leash & Collar FeatureN/AN/A

Questions & Answers

5 Customer Questions


Why is there a picture of pills
Answer by DoggoneDec 20, 2021
Because it's a supplement product often purchased alongside, by folks who are using these therapeutically with dogs that have joint or other mobility issues.

Will a dog really just stand on these?? Mine wouldn't.
Answer by ChewyJun 11, 2019
With training, most pets are able to balance themselves with these paw pads. However, all pets take different time frames with training and getting comfortable with the pods.

Do you need an air pump for these?
Answer by ChewyNov 07, 2019
These paw pods are already pumped with air.

Can they handle a 125 pound dog?
Answer by ChewyApr 08, 2020
These pods are suitable for all size breeds.


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7 Customer Reviews



Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Shuggah on Oct 23, 2021

Finding paws

My puppy is having a problem finding his hind feet. It was funny for a while, but it has become a problem as he is getting bigger...breed Chow Chow. I, so far, have been able to teach him to get his front paws on the pods, and we are working on the back ones. I like the FitPAWS line of products very much.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By GaPat on Mar 15, 2021
Top 500 Contributor

Great training tool

These fitpaw pods are good quality. They are weighty and have a non-slip bottom. They are used to improve core strength and posture. Start with one and add more as your dog becomes comfortable with placing full weight on each pod. This requires time and patience, but have lots of treats handy for interactive fun.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Bonita on Jul 2, 2021

Just what I needed

Much easier to haul around for Stack training with young Springer spaniels.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By CatsCauseTypos on Aug 22, 2020
Top 500 Contributor

Great for precision targeting!

We bought these too soon, and struggled to teach our young dog how to use his 4 paws independently. when we took a step back and used larger targets to begin with front and rear end, then these were a perfect transition for him! They’re very sturdy, well made, and a great size for our 56lb golden. Even with a mat in place, they get kicked around quite a bit by our enthusiastic fellow, so two people make it simpler to train.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By SarahR on Jun 28, 2020

Great Fun!!

My dog loves these pods! We are able to learn and have fun. Keeps the brain active and helps build problem solving skills. Also great for fitness


Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By Cait on Mar 23, 2020

Great, but could use an update

I love these pods. However, I don't love that they slide all around and cannot be affixed to anything. I know other dog handlers who have attached velcro to the bottom of these and then velcroed them to a yoga mat or something similar to keep them in place. I'm planning on doing this as well, but wouldn't it be great if they came with something like this to begin with?


Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By Tonks on Jun 22, 2019

Almost useful

I’ve wanted these forever and finally splurged. They are somewhat handy for just general training but they definitely slide, which is really off putting for a dog learning to to balance on them. I bought them intending to use them to help teach my dogs to stack but it ended it setting me back because they became very hesitant once they realized their feet would just slide out from under them.