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K9 handpad comparison by DreamVisionCreations K9 handpad comparison by DreamVisionCreations
Since we did it for the feet we had a suggestion to do it for the hands, so people can see the difference in our handpads side-by-side. :)

Top left picture: Showing all of the options of k9 handpads we offer. These are all 5 fingered pads with dewclaw pads. The anthro k9 pads also come with palm heel pads, which are optional (see the no heel pad examples)

Top right picture: Showing a set of small anthro k9 pads up next to my fingers to show their size. I usually wear a medium sized nitrile glove if that helps. These pawpads are good for very tight fitting gloves that are made out of fabric or shaved down fur.

Bottom left pic: Showing the regular anthro k9 next to the small anthro k9

Middle right pic: Showing the thickness difference between the feral and anthro k9 palm pads. You can see the feral k9 pad is still pretty tall like the fingers, however the anthro pad is a little more flat, allowing for some more flexibility.

Bottom right pic: Showing my fingers up against a regular anthro k9 pawpad. This would be the same as if it were the feral k9 pad, since they are very close. These pawpads are good for people with large paws, or people that don't shave down the fur all over. Where the small pads would get lost, the regular pads are big enough to still stand out and offer grip.

Remember all of these pads are simply cut out, and glued down to the fur after it's been shaved. Never apply pawpads to fur that hasn't been shaved down, or they'll just move around or get ripped off. We suggest tacking them down in a few places with needle and thread to ensure that they don't go anywhere, especially if you tend to be a bit rough with your hands. For glue we use an industrial hot glue, however for a more permanent solution E6000 or shoe goop would work better, given the full 24 hours to dry, preferably with some weight on top to hold it down.

If you are interested in sizes with inch measurements, please go here for those: www.dreamvisioncreations.com/s…

We hope this helps~!
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APHLUDWIG Featured By Owner May 17, 2014
would it work to just sew it in? if not could DAP work just as well to glue it? honestly i'm a big fan of sewing in general but i have dap already here and it works great for most of the props i build so i'm wondering if it would work on this too.
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DreamVisionCreations Featured By Owner May 17, 2014  Professional Artisan Crafter
I'm not really sure what DAP is; we tend to use stuff like E6000 and what-not but tacking a few spots down with needle and thread is never a bad idea :D
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APHLUDWIG Featured By Owner May 17, 2014
ah ok but instead of gluing can i just sew it to the handpaw itself? like cut out where it should go and sew it in or does it have to be glued. also i've noticed that on your hand paws there's six little pads. i know five is obviously for the fingers, but what is the sixth pad for?
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DreamVisionCreations Featured By Owner May 17, 2014  Professional Artisan Crafter
The sixth pad is a dewclaw pad for the wrist area. :) Also, yes, of course you can just sew them on. :)
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APHLUDWIG Featured By Owner May 18, 2014
Ah ok yea I wasn't sure about that. Thanks so much :d
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SethSorenson3 Featured By Owner Feb 23, 2014  Hobbyist Artist
Epic job!!!
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