How to Moisten the Dry Skin on a Dog's Paws.

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Formulated with Wild Strawberries, Raspberries, Shea Butter and Aloe Vera, this hydrating formula helps to protect precious paws from drying damage caused by rough surfaces, salt and hot asphalt. Ideal for pets and working dogs. All natural formula. Quick drying formula helps to keep furniture safe from stains.
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For normal to active dogs, Whiskers & Paws Super Premium Whitefish & Duck dry dog food comes in 20lb, 40lb and 60lbs.
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During the winter months dogs exposed to snow, ice, ice melting products and frozen pavement are likely to develop dry pads. Exposure to lawn products, fertilizers and indoor floor cleaners may also contribute to dry and cracked paws. Avoid exposing your dog to lawn chemicals and salted concrete. You can use in winters also. If your dog doesn’t like them or otherwise, it is advisable to check his paws every time you come back from a walk. In case of cracked paw pads you can apply to keep them moist.Wintertime salting of sidewalks can cause a dog's paws to dry out quickly. Limit your pet's exposure to salt, and invest in a protective product, such as Paw Wax or a set of boots.Homemade can be made using warm water and just enough iodine to turn the water an amber hue. Another soothing agent is a bag of chamomile tea added to a foot soak. If paws are simply irritated, keeping them dry can help ease discomfort. As a preventative measure, commercial applied to a dog's footpads before exposure to the elements can reduce the potential for drying.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.Under normal circumstances you don't need to apply lotion to your dog's paws. As he walks, runs and plays he will build up calluses on the pads of his feet that provide protection during regular activity. Although these calluses feel dry and coarse, they're supposed to be that way. The thick skin lets him run easily over rocks, cement, gravel, pine needles and other rough surfaces that would hurt our tender feet. As long as he doesn't suddenly become more active and his paws aren't damaged, your dog doesn't need lotion applied to the pads.Heal your dog's dry nose and rough paws with Natural Dog Company's all-natural healing balms. Protect dog paws from damage with organic PawTection.