ST BERNARD DRY NOSE TREATMENT
WHAT IS THIS CRUSTY STUFF ON MY ST BERNARD’S NOSE?
That crusty is probably not accumulated food, a scab, dirt or even caused by what your Saint is eating or his pedigree. Your St Bernard may have a condition known as Nasal Hyperkeratosis aka crusty nose stuff. Yes, a long, complicated name for a simple to remedy condition. Nasal Hyperkeratosis is an idiopathic condition (scientific lingo for they don’t have any idea what causes it) that creates a protein/keratin overgrowth (keratin-more fancy lingo). While it is more often found on dog noses, it does occur on their paw pads. This skin gone wild overgrowth is often seen in older dogs, dogs on some medications or suffering from a range of diseases. Plus, certain breeds or breed types have a genetic predisposition to Nasal Hyperkeratosis. Bully breeds, toy breeds, the mastiff breeds, and anything with a heavy, chunky body type seem prone to this condition. Now you know what it IS, let’s talk about what will get rid of it…NOSE BUTTER®!
NOSE BUTTER® is individually handcrafted (by me – Kathy) here in far northern Minnesota using all organic good stuff – organic shea butter, organic olive oil, organic castor oil, organic castor oil, organic avocado oil, organic almond oil, organic coconut oil, organic beeswax, organic cocoa seed butter, just a dash of essential oils and a LOT of LOVE. Every item is tucked into a fabric gift bag with complete directions included.
LIGHTLY SCENTED: Original NOSE BUTTER® has a dash of essential oils or aromatherapy (Cedarwood for grounding and stress reduction, Cypress for balance and clarity and Ylang Ylang for uplifting energy and light), but unless you have a very sensitive nose, you will probably not notice it at all.
UNSCENTED VERSION: While we totally believe in the energetic healing properties of the essential oils we use in The Blissful Dog products, we respect that some may want a completely unscented version.
ST. BERNARD DOG BIG SNIFF COMBO
ITEMS INDIVIDUALLY COST $40.50 BIG SNIFF PRICE $19.95
- ONE 1 OZ TIN NOSE BUTTER WITH ST. BERNARD LABEL
- ONE 1 OZ TIN BOO BOO BUTTER WITH ST. BERNARD OUCH! LABEL
- ONE .15 OZ TUBE NOSE BUTTER WITH ST. BERNARD LABEL
- ONE .15 OZ TUBE BOOBOO BUTTER WITH ST. BERNARD OUCH! LABEL
- ONE .15 OZ TUBE ELBOW BUTTER
- OR ONE ADDITIONAL .15 OZ TUBE NOSE BUTTER WITH ST. BERNARD LABEL(choose in drop down menu)
- ONE .15 OZ TUBE PAW BUTTER
- IN A BIG ALUMINUM GIFT CASE TIN 5.25″ DIA.
- TIPS & USAGE BROCHURE INCLUDED
- BONUS!!! ONE .15 OZ TUBES NOSE BUTTER SUMMERTIME
- UNSCENTED OPTION IS FOR NOSE BUTTER ONLY
LITTLE SNIFF SAINT BERNARD COMBO
VALUE $13.95 LITTLE SNIFF PRICE $9.95
- TWO .15 OZ TUBES NOSE BUTTER WITH ST. BERNARD LABEL
- ONE .50 OZ SLIDE TIN NOSE BUTTER WITH ST. BERNARD LABEL
- IN AN ORGANZA GIFT BAG
- TIPS & USAGE BROCHURE INCLUDED
BOO BOO BUTTER FOR YOUR ST. BERNARD
Does Your Saint ever have – Itchies, Owies, Bug Bites, Brush or Clipper Burn, Scars, Bangs or Bumps, Small Abrasions or even injuries to an overzealous wagging tail? BOO BOO BUTTER to the rescue!
- Soothes & Revitalizes
- Softens Crusty Ear Edges
- Soothes Scars & Scabs
- Calms Itchy Skin
- Helps Banged Up “Happy Tails”
- Relieves Assorted Discomforts
BOO BOO BUTTER is handcrafted by my staff and I, right here in far northern Minnesota using organic shea butter, organic avocado oil, organic virgin olive oil, organic castor oil, organic jojoba oil, organic grape seed oil, Infusions of: St. John’s Wort, Calendula OIl, Comfrey Oil Infusion, Neem Oil, and a our synergestic essential oil blend and a LOT of LOVE. The addition of the extra healing oils and the Calendula, Comfrey, Neem Oil, Argan Oil and St. John’s Wort adds another level of soothing energy
ST. BERNARD HISTORY INFO
Saint Bernard History: The St. Bernard possibly originated from Mastiff or molosser type dogs brought to the Alps by the ancient Romans. Alpine Mastiff, Tibetan Mastiffs, Mastiffs and more contributed to the Saint. The history of this breed is fascinating, for more visit here.
Bits & Pieces: Brutal winters from 1816 to 1818 led to many more avalanches, killing many of the breeding dogs as they attempted rescues. In the 1850s Newfoundlands were brought in and crossed with many of the remaining Saints to bring vigor to the tightly inbred survivors. They believed the Newfie coat would help protect them from the frigid temperatures. But the long coat of the Newfies weighed the dogs down, holding ice and snow, rendering them much less useful as a rescue dog.
That Barrel? The monks of the St. Bernard Hospice deny that any St. Bernard ever carried casks or small barrels around their necks. Sir Edwin Landseer’s 1820 painting, Alpine Mastiffs Reanimating a Distressed Traveler, was probably the source of the myth. Ever the savvy marketers, the monks kept casks around for photographs with tourists.