Paw Soother Heals Dry Dog Paws | Natural Dog Company

Benefits of moisturizing for starters is that your dog paws will not crack and bleed
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Wow, what a difference that moisturizer made! I’ve read of these products before, but haven’t tried them yet. I haven’t really put anything on the dogs’ paws, but I know I probably should. I really want to try the lip gloss for myself (I’m an addict too).
You can apply petroleum jelly or a moisturizer just for dog paws if they seem scraped
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Keeping your dog's feet moisturized can help prevent cuts, cracking or peeling of the paws. This is a common occurrence with humans (think cracked and bleeding heels), and dogs are no strangers to it either. For dogs with toughened paws and those exposed to harsh weather this is especially true. Minor injuries like raw or bleeding skin can leave your dog's paws open to more serious problems. Moisturizing creams and salves can work wonders, but a product like will work even better. This moisturizer has been around for over 115 years and gets rave reviews from anyone who has tried it. It soothes cuts, scratches, skin irritations and paw abrasions, and the best part is you can get it almost anywhere. If you're not familiar with it, it comes in a green tin and it will last seemingly forever. DiscoverDog Fashion Spa paw+nose moisturizer that nourishes and moisturizes dog paws and noses, capturing the essence of Quality Life for Dogs®.
Photo provided by FlickrFor dogs, organic coconut oil can be incredibly soothing when dogs keeping licking its paws because of its moisturizing qualities.
Photo provided by FlickrNatural organic dog paw salve formulated to moisturize and provide soothing relief for sore, dry or cracked paws as well as dry and agitated skin .
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Olive oil can relieve skin irritation caused by fleas or dry skin, and it’s a great lubricant for sore, cracked paws; a common problem for dogs walking on sidewalks in the summer heat... (The link that this pin takes you to recommends using commercial paw moisturizer, but a natural solution is probably better AND if your dog licks it off it not only won't be harmful it will actually be a useful addition to his diet!)Paw Soother is specially formulated with carefully selected natural ingredients meant to soothe, moisturize, heal, and even help protect your dog’s paws from the elements. Just look at the ingredients in Paw Soother: Organic Cocoa Butter, Organic Shea Nut Butter, Grape Seed Oil, Organic Hempseed Oil, Candelilla Wax, Organic Jojoba Oil, Organic Sunflower Oil, Organic Sweet Almond Oil, Tea Tree Oil, Natural Vitamin E, Rosemary Extract.Because dog’s paw pads need to retain a bit of roughness, you can’t really use human-grade moisturizers on them to treat dryness. In fact, some human moisturizers even contain chemicals that can be harmful to your dog! One of the best products to treat dry paws and help prevent cracking or damage from road salt is . Paw Rub is completely safe for your dog, even if he licks it off and ingests it!Vaseline works just fine. A dab on the paws before bed and a dab before walks. If you want I'd shop for one but you can make homemade moisturizers for your dog. Paw Soother provides a barrier against the elements, while also thoroughly moisturizing damaged paws back to health. Dogs are sensitive creatures that deserve extra special care, our all-nautral product was formulated to protect your dog the organic way.Snout Soother is an organic balm that can be used for the prevention and healing of dry, cracked and itchy paws, nose and skin. Blended from 100% natural nourishing, healing and moisturizing ingredients, this balm from the Natural Dog Company is non-toxic and suitable for vegans.