So, apparently crocs for dogs is a thing, and I cannot stop looking at them!
Crocs, either you love them or hate them.
I remember when my daughter was just a wee one – the yellow crocs never left her feet.
But of course as she got older, they became “not cool” anymore and so we said goodby to the beloved crocs.
Well, they are not made by the original Crocs company, but man they look like the real thing.
As a photographer, these are a dream for funny photo ops!
These Shoes Are Not For Walking
…that’s not what they do!
The reality is, dog’s would have a heck of hard time walking in these. Actually, I think I remember some dogs having a hard time too!
Dog crocs are exclusively for FUN and do not offer your pup any sort of protection.
Below we have Biscuit.Superdog showing off his fashionable dog crocs for his fans.
So, these are just for fun people!
As awesome as it would be to be able to have your dog strut around town in these know-off Crocs, it probably is not going to happen.
These are purely for a few minutes of fun!
If you really want to be goofy, a fun pic of the family all adorned in their crocs can be a fun idea!
Dog Crocs Details
Crocs for dogs are made from a PVC material that is really soft and can withstand some tough times that your dog might bring.
The one downside to this material, is that many customers have reported a really strong odor.
The show only measures 2.76″ x 1.15″ x 1.15″ – so they are for the littlest feet only.
Some say they are close to the size an American Girl Doll could wear.
The soles offer a non-slip grip so if they can actually walk in them they will feel more secure if the terrain is wet or slippery.
They even have the strap on the book to help keep them on your pet’s feet.
They are available in several colors and are available as a 2-pack or 4-pack.
You can buy them on Amazon.
The manufacturer, Gaiseeis does call these Croc style shoes “TikTok Pet Dog Shoes” clearly noting these are just for fun and entertainment.
There is another manufacturer Geharty that also has been selling them, but they seem to be out of stock at the time of this writing.
Have you tried Crocs on your dog? Do tell!