Does Your Cocker Spaniel Ever Get Itchy Spots or Abrasions from Grooming?
Your Cocker Spaniel has the DNA of hunting dogs bred to plow through bramble and brush chasing birds. Your Cocker may NEVER see a game bird, but he still probably gets scratches, scrapes, itchy spots and bug bites as if he were chasing birds through the forest.
Herbal Boo Boo Butter Soothes Your Cocker Spaniel's Minor Skin Irritations…Naturally
Cocker Spaniels look their best when groomed. Whether your preference is a cute puppy cut or full-on feathers with coat galore, your dog may occasionally have skin irritations from the clippers, brushes or even the blow dryer (no matter how skilled the groomer). Boo Boo Butter is ideal for soothing those clipper irritated areas.
All Natural, Handcrafted Boo Boo Butter for Nicks, Abrasions, Itchy Spots+
Boo Boo Butter Eases Minor Skin Issues
Dogs that are groomed more frequently make have the occasional skin issue, no matter how skilled the groomer.
Boo Boo Butter is perfect for any of those incidental, non-emergency issues.
Boo Boo Butter is individually handcrafted by The Blissful Dog in far northern Minnesota using all-natural ingredients.
• Available in 5 sizes of tins 1, 2, 4, 8 & 16 oz tins
• Available in 3 sizes of tubes 15 oz (lip balm size), .50 oz tubes
• Includes complete directions booklet
• Your Choice of 125+ Boo Boo Butter dog breed labels
Boo Boo Butter Usage Tips+
DAB! DISTRACT! DONE!
Our #1 Best Tip! Warm product before using for faster absorption. Stick tin or tube in pocket or rub in palm before application.
DABon clean affected area
DISTRACT to keep them from licking it off
DONE Then REPEAT 2-3x daily for 1-3 days or until area improves
Use as needed for follow-up
Non-toxic, no active ingredients & no harm if licked
The reason for so much info on distracting your dog is so the product will be absorbed and get its work done. It's non-toxic, of course, and causes nop harm if ingested, but it needs to soak in to be effective.
Give treats before, during and after application, if needed
I use Boo Boo Butter on my Chinese Cresteds after their shave. It sooths their skin and makes it sliky smooth.
Is Miracle cure Overused?
In this case, probably not. Murad has extreme anxiety, and also hates cats, we have 2 roommates and 3 cats, so lots of triggers. I bought this because frankly it reminded me of the Watkins medicine I used on my pets years ago. Turns out this is even better. It keeps his skin soft and helps to heal the inflammation from him scratching literally overnight. I rub it into his skin before bed, put him in his pajamas, and when we wake up in the morning, all the red marks and flaking skin are gone. (also it works amazingly on humans, as my hands haven't been this soft since I was a kid)
Miracle balm for my pups elbows!
I have a gsp English lab mix (95lbs). When she gets boarded or does not have access to her bed she raw spots on her elbows. The elbow butter helps to heal them up without her developing calluses! This is the second time I have bought the elbow butter and first time I have order the boo boo butter. It will not be my last!
Now that is an interesting combination - GSP and English Lab. She must be a very regal dog indeed! We're delighted the Elbow and Boo Boo Butter have worked so well for your girl. Those calluses can be tenacious if they do get that far. Glad you caught it early. Thank you again! Blissfully, Kathy
Like so many other pei owners, the skin is challenging to maintain or at least I thought. After countless trial and error approaches, I decided to try shar pei boo boo butter to help with dry itchy skin. Bazinga!!!....this product is incredible. My pei Thor is in a better place as both the itching and constant scratching went from a 9 to a near 1. Love this product and will definitely purchase more of the same line that includes bath wash. Thank you to the creative minds at Blissful Dog.
We love the Boo boo butter. It is helping our dog heal from over scratching from allergies. This is awesome stuff
Thank you, thank you for letting us know! It is so frustrating to listen to or watch our dogs lick and chew! We're so happy your Malinois got relief from the Boo Boo Butter! Blissfully, Kathy
Your paw butter is amazing. We have 2 French Mastiff’s snd they tend to get sores in between their toes but this relieves them and it is really an awesome product,
Thank you, thank you! We have a soft spot for your breed here and it always puts extra pep in my step to know our products help make your and their lives a bit better! And the pictures are delightful! A BIG thank you for them! -Kathy PS - Apologies for being late on my thank you...ugh, I just got behind.
Our 6 yr old female Japanese chin has developed so bad allergies to something here in Virginia. We moved in 2018 from Alaska. So it's a big change for our 13 chin. Luckily most have no issues. Just our Girl Mayumi. Along with a regiment of shots and treatments from the Vet. She also gets regular grooming. The boo boo Butter has been so wonderful in helping to relieve severe itching ECT.. When we are in between shots. We have used to butter for so many things within our pack. We use at least 4 Blissful dog products on our pack. All the ones we've used are amazing. We love this company.
Thank you, thank you for letting us know how your Chin are doing with our products and especially Mayumi. I had the opposite, as we moved to northern MN from Texas, so I luckily got to see all of my dogs have better coats and any itchies. It is easy to forget climate can play a big part in something like our dog's comfort. Over the years (decades), I've had a lot of friends with Japanese Chin and gotten to know them. What a delightful breed, so sweet and loving. -Kathy PS - my apologies for such a delay in replying, ugh, I got behind....really behind.
This is my go to for not only my furbabies but myself
I have yet to see a great change in the area of wish it was applied using for approx. 14 days
Boo Boo butter is so amazing you have to try it realy works, alittle goes a long way. 🐾❤
You are SO right! A little does go a long way. Thank you for letting us know! Blissfully, Kathy