How do I keep my dog’s paws clean?
It is necessary to keep your dog's paw pads moist, particularly during the winter months. Dry shampoo will transform a paper towel or washcloth into the ideal wet wipe with the benefit of controlling how much product you need. Also, using a paw pad moisturizer will help keep your dog’s paws baby soft.
What products help paws stay clean?
There are many products to help keep your dog’s paws clean and free from infections, wounds, or foreign objects. Some include:
Are there natural cleaners?
Choose products that use essential oils and natural products. Dabbing olive oil on your dog's pads will soothe sore paws, but be sure to keep your dog from jumping on furniture until the oil is absorbed. Beeswax lip protectors are effective paw protectors before playing in the snow.
How do I trim my dog’s toenails?
As a rule of thumb, you should trim your dog's nails every two weeks, or when you hear them clicking on bare floors when he walks. The concept is straightforward: trim around, not across, the quick. Once the portion of the nail without feeling thins, it will recede and dry up, allowing you to trim your dog’s nails even shorter...
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