100% natural, lightweight oil lotion for dog's paws and nose
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Paws Lotion Bar for dog's paws :) Heals & restores dry, rough or cracked paws and also use as a preventative so your dog's paws will NEVER be dry, rough or cracked ever again. Lotion Bars are the ultimate in lotion for your pets!
The pads on your dog's paws are much tougher than human skin. They can take on all sorts of terrain without damage and don't need tender loving care to stay healthy. In some circumstances applying lotion might help your dog, but in most cases it's best to leave the pads alone so they stay tough enough to keep your pal comfortable.
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Simply glide the lotion onto your dogs paw pads workingit around each pad. Rub in using your fingers. Apply only oncea day (even for server rough cracked paws). Once paws have healed,you can decrease use to once a month for prevention. Try to prevent your dog from licking it off to allow the healing oil to work their magic! Each tube holds 2.2ozYour dog's paws can benefit from the use of lotion, cream or ointment for certain conditions. If the dog has sore, cracked or dry paw pads, applying a lotion for dogs can help. Avoid using human lotions such hand or skin creams. Most dogs will immediately lick it off their paws. Many human lotions and creams have ingredients that can make a dog sick. Some dogs will lick medicated treatments designed for animals as well, but they don't contain harmful ingredients.Extreme temperatures can damage your dog's paws, even if he is used to walking for miles on hard surfaces. Heat is absorbed by asphalt and concrete surfaces and can burn your dog's feet as he walks. Ice, snow and frigid sidewalks, on the other hand, can cause extreme dryness and even frostbite. Special protective lotions are available that create a barrier that stops damage and lets your dog travel on hot or cold surfaces for short stretches. Apply the protective cream before contact with such surfaces. Protective lotion may be used in conjunction with dog boots for longer walks.“I bought this product on the advice of a vet for our beagles to protect their paws in icy weather. I noticed that it quickly helped, not only to hydrate dry skin. We use it on small cuts and scrapes on the dogs and cats, as they frequently give each other tiny cuts while playing. I also have started using it on myself on rough dry spots, cracked areas of skin on my hands and cuticle beds (I’m a nurse who loves to garden...my hands suffer a lot), and on bug bites.”