Dog 'Crocs' Exist, And They're The Cutest
Love them or hate them, they're adorable on dogs 💕
Crocs have come back in a big way within the last few years, and now both you and your dog can get in on the trend. We found dog "Crocs," and you’ll want to get a pair in every color.
Of course, these aren’t actual Crocs — the footwear company has yet to hop on the pet clothes train (yet!). But they’re look-alikes that feature a similar lightweight foamy material, bright colors and cutouts we’ve grown to know and love.
And for those who aren’t quite ready to fall back in love with the controversial shoe, we also found a few fun dog shoe styles that fit the theme but definitely don’t scream Crocs!
Some dogs won’t like the feeling of a rubber shoe on their foot but may warm up more to a soft, sock-like dog shoe, instead. These neoprene paw protectors from Bark Brite offer protection from the hot pavement with their rubber soles and fit snugly around your dog’s foot thanks to the Velcro strap. And because they’re made with lightweight, flexible and breathable perforated neoprene, your dog’s comfort is guaranteed.
Protect your pup’s feet from the hot pavement with these adorable Crocs-like dog shoes from This Dog’s Life. These booties are made from 100 percent rubber, similar to Crocs' material and feature those iconic perforations we’ve come to know and love. You can pick up a pair in one of several bright colors, as well as in a size ranging from 2XS to 2XL. Unlike the "Crocs" dupes meant for photos, these booties will actually stay in place thanks to the Velcro strap that helps them fit snugly to your pup’s paws.
Available in seven colors, the Homelifthub dog "Crocs" come in both single pairs and double pairs, depending on if your dog wants to wear them on all four of his paws or just two. They’re made in a size perfect for small dogs, and the perforations on the top are cute heart cutouts instead of the standard Crocs ventilation holes.
Unfortunately, these dog "Crocs" aren’t meant for daily wear, nor are they great for super long walks or running. The listing suggests using them as photo props or letting your dog wear them for short periods of time. The slip-on shape of the shoe isn’t ideal for paws when you think about it.
And if you’re looking for the best summer shoes for warm-weather walks and hikes, then check out our roundup of summer bootie styles made to protect your pup’s feet during the hotter months.
Who would have thought that dog "Crocs" were a thing? The only issue you now have is choosing which color will best suit your pup.