-Soothing marshmallow and sunflower infusion.
-Deeply nourishing rice bran oil and protective olive wax
-Anti-fungal and anti-bacterial manuka and geranium essential oils
-Skin loving poppy and mandarin oils
Dry, rough pads
A protective barrier in winter
As an anti-fungal topical cream
Aching paws after a hike
Soothe paws after walking on hot surfaces
Paw massage as a treat
How to Use:
Apply to clean dry paws at least twice a day, or more if needed. Depending on the size of your dog’s paws, start with a pea-sized amount of Paw Balm and gently massage into the pads. Use more for bigger dogs. If your dog doesn’t like paws being touched, have another person use treats or a favourite toy as a distraction.
All our balms are safe to eat, however, it is best for the paws if your dog doesn’t lick all the balm away, so again distraction is key whilst the balm has a chance to sink in and work its magic.
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*Wild Dog Co is not liable for any result due to the misuse of products or failure to follow instructions provided.
Wild Dog Co products are not medicines and we recommend you seek the advice of a veterinarian if problems persist.
Information provided is not intended to diagnose, prescribe or replace the advice of a veterinary professional.
If your pet is under the regular care of a vet or veterinary healthcare professional we recommend you check the suitability of our products with the vet or specialist.*