Coconut Oil: It can also help sooth dry paws. Coconut oil is naturally antibacterial. Winter is just around the corner and with it comes dry, cracked paws. Coconut oil on your dog’s paws before your dog turns in for the night will condition their paws and you’ll be amazed by the improved condition.
Shea Butter: All Natural Shea Butter Balm for Dogs Treats Dry, Cracked, and Chapped Skin, Nose, and Paws. Coats, Soothes, and Heals Damaged Snouts and Pads.
Beeswax: Beeswax adds a protective layer between paws and the ground. Perfect for long hikes, outdoor activities, harsh weather and protecting cuts on pads. In the summer and winter months dogs need extra protection when going out for their daily walks.
Olive Oil: Soothing oil to condition paws and treat cracks. Can also speed healing.
Lavender Oil: Lavender oil is great for an itchy dog. It soothes irritated skin and can help prevent infection from over-scratching. Lavender is a full spectrum oil, meaning it has antibacterial, antiseptic, and antimicrobial properties.
To use: Apply some balm onto the pads of your dog’s paws and gently rub it in.
Size: Packed in a 2oz container.
West Five Story Mfg Co