PAW BUTTER Moisturizing Support for Your Dog's Rough, Dry Paw Pads
PAW BUTTER provides layers of individually handcrafted, all natural good stuff for your dog's rough, dry paws.
Sure, your dog’s paw pads are strong and tough, but they still need paw-pampering! Trotting beside you on hot pavement or through snow and ice can brutalize your dog’s paws. In the winter the salt and chemicals used to remove ice from sidewalks are harsh on your dog’s paws and in the summer sidewalks are HOT!
PAW BUTTER is not just for city dogs! Dogs living the country life have to deal with brambles, stickers, thorns and all else Mother Nature throws their way. Even the hardest working ranch dog needs paw support.
PAW BUTTER is individually handcrafted by my crew and me, right here in far northern Minnesota, using all organic and natural good stuff: shea butter, beeswax, castor oil, avocado oil, almond oil, cocoa seed butter, coconut oil, olive oil, plus a rich oil infusion of St. John’s Wort Oil, Calendula Oil, Comfrey Oil, essential oils (cedar wood, cypress, lavender and orange). Every item is tucked into a gift bag and sent to your dog with the best of healing intentions and complete tips, hints and instructions.
How To Apply PAW BUTTER
- TIN - Open tin and scoop a bit out with finger or spoon (warm in palm if needed)
- TUBE - Open tube MASSAGE into clean paws
- DISTRACT to keep them from licking it off (give treat, feed dinner)
- REPEAT 2-3x daily for 1-3 days or until paws improve
- Use as needed for maintenance
- TIP: If needed, scoop some PAW BUTTER out and warm in palm before applying
Before & After Using PAW BUTTER
Our Lab buddy below was unable to walk more than a 2-3 feet due to paw pad hyperkeratosis. The hyperkeratosis was so advanced, he literally could barely walk and was missing his favorite event of the day - Going For A W-A-L-K! His loving owner had tried everything and was at her wit's end when she called to order PAW BUTTER. After just a few days of using PAW BUTTER, he was able to walk around the yard, unaided and within a couple of weeks he was back at his walks again.