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Model # 55315

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Wall Dog Self-Drilling Picture Hangers (10-Pack)

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About This Product

Walldog anchors do not require pre-drilling, making them quick and easy to use. Hooks are included for easy hanging of most art. Will hold up to 50 pounds. Pack contains 10 sets of hangers.


  • Walldog self-drilling picture hangers
  • Walldog anchors can be driven into drywall or wood without the need to pre-drill
  • Hooks included for easy and secure hanging
  • Holds up to 50 pounds
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Product Information

Internet # 203721773

Model # 55315

Store SKU # 382500

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Dimensions: H 4.75 in, W 3.5 in, D 0.5 in


Product Depth (in.)

0.5 in

Product Height (in.)

4.75 in

Product Width (in.)

3.5 in


Fastener Type

Picture/Mirror Hanging Hook

Hardware Color Family


Hardware Included


Hook type

Single Headed



Package Quantity


Picture Hanger Features

Hardware Included, Washable/Reusable

Product Weight (lb.)

.09 lb



Weight Capacity (lb.)


Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty


Questions & Answers

Q:Can this be used without the hook? Just hang from the screw?
by|Jun 18, 2023
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A:  Hello, This item is designed and recommended to be used "as is" with the hook and screw. Thank you for your inquiry.

by|Jun 19, 2023
    Q:Can I screw this into plaster wall?
    by|Oct 4, 2015
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    A:  yes, but you should pre-drill with small drill bit and hit the wood lathe. Follow with a drywall slightly larger in thickness of the bit. This will prevent the wood lathe from splitting. May take 2 attempts because of the gaps between the wood lathe. If that is impossible, use a toggle bolt and secure with a butterfly. Follow instructions on package. This will be the strongest anchor for the hook.

    by|May 3, 2023
    Q:What is the size of the hanger? Your web page MUST be wrong because I doubt that they are 4.75 in tall. What weight are they rated for?
    by|Jun 29, 2015
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    A:  They are small and you can see from the size of the screw. They are quite strong and I use 2 of these hooks with toggle bolts to secure them to the wall to hang mirrors in excess of 50lbs.

    by|May 3, 2023
    2 found this answer helpful

    A:  The dimensions given in the specs are likely the size of the package:-) The screws look more like 1" to 1.5" long, just from the picture

    by|May 4, 2023
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      Customer Reviews

      3.4 out of 5

      • 3.4 out of 3 reviews
      • 100% recommend this product
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      Does the job!
      I bought these for hanging some fairly heavy pictures in my home. I made sure they went into a stud and they are rock solid. I looked at the small French cleats first, but they are $3.47 each and are rated at 40lbs. These are rated at 50lbs and cost just over 50 cents each. You can't go wrong with this purchase.
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      Live in Earthquake Country? Read On....
      The screws are very good. I used a small 1/8" pilot hole and the screws (2) threaded and snugged down nicely in the drywall. At first blush, my 40 lb. artwork was secure to the wall with no screw pull-out. Since I live in Earthquake Country, I bounce anything I hang vertically after mounting. This is where the problem is. The light gauge ?brass? hooks bend easily with any pressure against the tab extending diagonally from the wall. A few 1/8"-3/16" bounces vertically and the tab bent to almost parallel with the floor. Yikes! This is not a weight or abuse issue.The metal use is simply too flimsy. At $0.56 ea. surely the manufacturer could spend $0.01 per hook more for a material that doesn't bend - like standard nail-in hangers. (odd, a cheap nail-in hanger has a heavier gauge hook although the diagonally installed nail 'rips' drywall under the weigh) Any suggestion to step-up to a more expensive hanger is not an option, nor would any notion that the lighter gauge/softer metal ensures the part is not overloaded which would cause the screws to rip from the wall even be credible. So, bottom line, probably great set for a non-earthquake area, but if you expect shakes, find another option. My choice was to use small L-brackets, bend them, and use nylon self-drilling drywall anchors and #6 Pan Head screws. Packaged options required multiple screws, relied upon multiple nails, and were also too expensive. If you don't bounce the frame the hooks seem to be fine.
        4 found this review helpful
        Great hooks, low profile.
        Goes into drywall real well, and pretty easy to use.
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