Japanese Chin Dry Nose No More! Nose Butter to the Rescue
Japanese Chin dry nose is a travesty on such a lovely little dog. The extremely flat face leads to an even greater chance of Japanese Chin dry nose or even a cracked nose being an issue for your loving companion.
Made of organic shea butter, organic olive oil, organic castor oil, organic avocado oil, organic almond oil, organic coconut oil, organic beeswax, organic cocoa seed butter, a dash of aromatherapy oils and a LOT of LOVE.
By the way, the Nose Butter® is the same good stuff inside for every breed – the different breed labels make it fun for YOU. Available with sooo many breed choices! Don’t see yours? Just ask!
Choose from the .50 slide-top tin with both colors depicted or classic 1, 2 or 4 ounce sizes or a darling .15 ounce twist tube in your choice of sable or black and white Japanese Chin. The .50 slide top tin and the .15 tube have the Darling Duo label. Packaged in an aluminum tin and then presented in an fabu-fabric gift bag. Want to know more? here is more info on Shea and Nose Butter.
Dab a tiny bit of Nose Butter across the top of the nose and allow it to melt in. If your dog does not like having their face “messed with” give a cookie to distract. Don’t worry, it soaks in FAST. If they lick a bit, no worries, all organic good stuff. Apply 2-3x a day for 1-3 days and then rub the crusties off with a bit of tissue. For more info visit FAQs Nose Butter, and FAQs Dry Noses.
Japanese Chin Facts & Tidbits
From The Japanese Chin Club of America: The Japanese Chin is a fairly healthy breed with a typical life expectancy of 10-12 years; some live to be 15 years of age or more. The majority of problems seen in the Chin are common to toy dogs in general. Among the most common are luxating patellas (slipping kneecaps), cataracts, and early-onset heart murmurs. Reputable breeders attempt to breed from stock that are free of major health defects in hopes that their progeny will have a better chance at a healthy life.
Japanese Chin Bits: In ancient Japanese times, Japanese Chins were often kept in suspended dog cages, much like a bird cage, hanging from the ceiling. They were fed only rice and saki to keep their size small. Strict laws governed the protection of this breed and death was punishment for many infractions against this prized dog.
Remember Nose Butter to prevent Japanese Chin dry nose! Visit the Japanese Chin at AKC.