Maltese Nose Butter Soothes and Moisturizes Your Little Dog's Rough, Dry, Parched Nose
The Maltese is a delightful, lovely dog. The Maltese has earned its rightful place as one of the top winning show dogs AND as a beloved companion dog. Good looks, great personality and the perfect size to sit beside you on the sofa. Though we DO hope they have a silk pillow upon which to recline.
Your Maltese's Dry Nose
Like many of the other toy dogs, many Maltese have a bit of a dry nose. If your Maltese has an extremely dry nose with crusty tissue, they may have a condition called Nasal Hyperkeratosis. While there is no cure for Nasal Hyperkeratosis, the good news is Nose Butter will help get your dog's nose back into healthy condition and regular usage then maintains it.
Your Maltese may not be trailing escaped convicts or flushing pheasants, but having a healthy nose is still important for them. Your Maltese gets much of the information they need to make good decisions by sniffing the scent laden air. They need a healthy nose to be able to retrieve the info they need.
Complete Product Info, Ingredients, Directions & Reviews in Tabs & Videos Below
Nose Butter Product Details
Nose Butter® All Natural Ingredients
Handcrafted By The Blissful Dog Since 2002 Using All Natural Ingredients
- all natural and organic ingredients used:
- Shea butter
- olive oil
- coconut oil
- castor oil
- cocoa seed butter
- avocado oil
- unscented - no essential oils
- scented essential oils; cedar wood, cypress and ylang ylang
Using Nose Butter
Using Nose Butter
- Warm product before using for faster absorption
- DAB on your dog's nose
- DISTRACT to keep them from licking it off
- REPEAT 2-3x daily for 1-3 days or until improvement
- Use as needed for maintenance (1-2x a week)
- Non-toxic, no active ingredients & no harm is licked
More Tips On Using Nose Butter On Uncooperative, Stubborn Dogs - We know you're asking for a friend.
Nasal Hyperkeratosis aka Extreme Dog Nose Dryness
Nasal Hyperkeratosis in Dogs
Nasal Hyperkeratosis is the extremely dry version of a dry dog nose. Any breed, any dog can develop it, but there are a few characteristics or circumstances that can trigger it. More info in video below and here.