The lush feeling of freshly pedicured feet is something we all love to indulge in. Treat your dog to the pampered feeling with a little help from us on grooming dog paws.
How do you apply dog paw cream?
Don't leave paw care just to the groomer – start our two step quick and easy daily routine. Be sure to repeat after walks on grass, coming into contact with wandering jew, or any other allergen you've noticed your dog is sensitive to.
- Begin with our luxurious manuka honey shampoo to cleanse and soothe those dirty or irritated paws. Dry thoroughly in between those tootsies.
- Finish by rubbing a small amount of the moisture balm in your palms and massage gently all over the paws. Your hands will love this dog paw cream too! Moisture balm is a great dog paw cream.
Tips on grooming dog paws
Get everything you need before you start to ensure a smooth, stress-free bonding session – a rule of thumb for any pet care task! Paw shy? Use their favourite toy or slow eating treat to distract. I keep frozen peanut butter (Xylitol free only) smothered Kong toys for this.
Overgrown nails – if you don't feel comfortable trimming them yourself, call your local groomer or vet to help you
Cuts, abrasions and tears
Cracked or torn nails
Foreign objects such as grass seeds
Foul smell – you'll know it when you smell it!
Dog has red paws and keeps licking them
Lameness or limping
Cysts or growth
Scabs or blisters
What to check for when grooming your dog paws:
Run out of time? Do a four paw check!
Simply checking all four paws could save your dog from an expensive vet check, medications, exploratory surgery from grass seeds, bandage changes, and at worst, toe amputations.
Take it from a veterinary nurse – most paw related issues could be avoided with a simple four paw check after adventures.
For the best products for grooming dog paws use our gentle and nourishing paw care products.