German Shorthaired & Wire-Haired Pointer Nose Butter® Moisturizes your GSP/GWPs Dry Nose
The German Shorthaired and German Wirehaired Pointers are outstanding family dogs, one of the best of the best of hunting dogs and of course, a great friend. They adore being with their family every minute of the day whether hunting, exploring the field or sleeping on the sofa.
A Healthy Nose Is A Big Deal
A dry, crusty or cracked nose is uncomfortable for your GSP, plus it interferes with their scenting ability! Nose Butter provides layers of moisturizing goodness to hydrate your dog’s nose FAST.
While not as common as among the flat-faced breeds, occasionally German Shorthair Pointers have an extremely dry nose with an overgrowth of tissue covering it, called Nasal Hyperkeratosis.
If your dog’s nose is rough, dry or crusty, he cannot get all the good smells he knows he needs. Scents float by and the dog nose moisture pulls them in for your dog to process and compartmentalize. Oh yeah, it is an amazing process.
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.