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Dog Crocs are the bizarre accessory you never knew you needed for your pooch

Dog Crocs
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Who would have thought that Dog Crocs would become such a big thing? Not us, that’s for sure! Crocs have always been one of those love ‘em or hate ‘em footwear choices for humans since they hit the scene in 2002, and now our canine companions can get in on the action too.

In a move that’s set tails wagging, Amazon has just started stocking Dog Crocs in a range of summery colors from candy pink and baby blue to eye-popping lime and royal purple. And even better? You can snag your pup two pairs for a cool $9.99.

Ok, so maybe at first the whole idea of Dog Crocs seems a little ridiculous, but when you think about it, it might not be quite as far fetched as it sounds. After all, they’re comfortable, durable, and an absolute breeze to keep clean.

Made from high-quality PVC material, these low-maintenance shoes are soft but strong, and the waterproof and non-slip design means you won’t have to worry about your doggy taking a tumble while out walking on wet days.

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And if you love playing around with your pup’s style, you can purchase these Dog Crocs in packs of two or four, so you could style just their front paws or all four. The range of bright and pastel colors means you can pick a shade that suits your pooch’s personality too.

They might not be the same brand as the human croc equivalent, but they definitely look the part and there’s no doubt they’ll be an instant conversation starter. Just think of all the heads that will turn when your fashionable pup turns up to the park rocking their very own pair of Dog Crocs - and we’re not just talking about human heads! 

At the moment, Dog Crocs are only available for small breeds and measure 2.76x1.15x1.15 inches but fear not, with the way these shoes are blowing up social media, we have a feeling it won’t be long before bigger sizes hit the shelves.

Kathryn Rosenberg

Kathryn is a freelance writer with a passion for creating health and wellness, travel and wildlife content. Originally from New Zealand, her nomadic lifestyle has her currently fur baby-less. She scratches her pet parent itch by stealing frequent cuddles with any neighbourhood cat kind enough to indulge her.