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Top 10 Products To Keep Your Dog’s Paws Safe This Winter

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This paw balm is made with hemp1. 4-Legger Organic Nose and Paw Balm

We first started using this nose and paw balm when our veterinarian suggested it for our Golden’s ‘chestnuts’ on her legs. It gave her relief and in a clean way, and though I didn’t notice anything ‘wrong’ with her paws, I started using it on them to protect her feet from hot sidewalk where we lived. She loved it and so do we!


Dog clippers help keep your dogs' paws safe

2. Low-Noise Dog Clippers

One of the best and easiest things you can do for your pup’s paws is keep the hair on their feet at a minimum. Extra hair picks up extra mud, dirt, allergens and an assortment of other things that will lead them to possibly overgroom and that can lead to yeasty paws and hot spots. Low-noise clippers aren’t intimidating and can help keep them PAWdicured whatever the weather!


Mudbusters pawwash keeps your dog's paws clean and safe

3. Mudbuster Dog Paw Cleaner

This is an absolute for every entrance to our house! During the slushy snowy months or the rains of spring and summer, a dog’s paws can get dog-dirty and this is key to keeping their paws clean and free of debris (as well as your house!) in an easy way. The silicone mat inside cleans easily and is like a warm water little doggy massage every time they come in. Win-win!


Handson Gloves keep your pet's paws debris free

4. HandsOn Gloves

Speaking of doggy massage…though these are amazing whole-body grooming gloves, we love using these on our dogs’ feet and paws to gently help get the gunk out after they’ve had a play session. Particularly useful in snow when snowballs get in their paw pads, as well as in summer when mud and leaves can need to be gently pried out, you’ll love using them on their whole body for shedding and grooming.


Dog boots protect dogs in snow and ice5. Dog Boots

Yes, dog boots. Just like we sometimes need some slickers for snow or weather, so do our doggos. These have anti-slip padding and make walking in the ice and snow of cold (or blistering hot) a non-issue for your dog. Reflective strips make them helpful when walking at night and they stay on comfortably without making your dog miserable.


Walkee Paws are great if your dog won't wear boots6. Walkee Paws

But just in case you can’t get your dog to buy into boots, there are other options! Enter Walkee Paws ‘leggings’ for dogs. They keep Fido’s feet clean, dry and protected and you help your dog slip into them like leggings. Adorably fashioned too, for the fluffster who likes to go out in style!


This is made with hemp and vitamin e to heal paws7. ResQ Organics Skin Treatment

If your pupster’s paws are in desperate need of some sPAW treatment, this is the one. ResQ Organics has great ingredients, including hemp and manuka honey–two powerful natural healing products that humans love just as much. And, it’s an easy apply to help out with dry/chapped/cracked/cut/itchy puppy paws. A great treatment to have on hand for whatever comes their way.


8. Musher’s Secret Pet Paw Protection Wax

If you do plan to take your pup out in snow with salt or chemical de-icers, this is a must. A lot of those chemical de-icers applied to sidewalks and streets are bad for your dog when they melt and/or lick their paws, and this effective paw guard creates a protective barrier on your pup’s paw pads. Easy to use, very affordable and even great for those hot days at the sandy beach, too!


A dremel trims nails without cutting them9. Dremel Nail Trimmer

While it may sound a bit weird, trimming your dog’s nails with a Dremel tool is so much easier than clipping with clippers. It’s important their nails stay nice and neat to avoid infection and keep their paw pads healthy too, but let’s face it–it’s not super easy to take sharp clippers to a squirmy pup, is it? Enter the Dremel tool. It gently and with low noise grinds their nails down and honestly, after your dogs get used to it, they really seem to appreciate the paw massage. Not all are created equally, though, so make sure you get one with enough power that you’re not just spinning the wheel, literally!


Pawflex bandages protect your dogs' feet10. PawFlex MediMitt Bandages

Sometimes, the situation just calls for a bandage. And dogs aren’t much more fans of band-aids than their humans, so make sure the bandage you use is the right one. We love PawFlex MediMitt bandages. They’re so easy to use; no cutting, pulling or peeling! You can use the wound pad on front or back and the velcro-like fastening makes it easy to readjust as needed without compromising the work of the battery. They’re super easy on and off and your dog will thank you, trust us!


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