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How To Protect Your Pet’s Paw In Winter

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As humans, we have a thick layer of hair on our hands and feet to keep them warm. Dogs don’t have this luxury. Their paws are covered in a thin layer of hair that doesn’t offer much protection from the elements.

To make matters worse, dogs also have sweat glands in their paws, which can mean that they can actually get frostbite or chilblains (swelling caused by cold weather). This means that your dog needs extra protection during winter weather. You should also avoid letting your dog walk on snowy ground or ice because this can cause snowballs to form between the pads of their paws—which could lead to infection and pain for your pup!

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At home, you need to wash your dog’s paws after every trip outside. 

Protecting your dog’s paws at home is also important. After every trip outside, wash your dog’s paws with warm water and liquid soap or dishwashing liquid. Don’t forget to rinse. You want to remove any salt or ice that may have stuck to your dog’s feet during the walk, as these substances can irritate his skin and cause sores.

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A clean towel is the best way to dry off wet dog paws.

The best way to dry off your dog’s wet paws is with a clean towel. Do not use a towel that has been used on your own feet, as this can transfer fungi and bacteria to their paws. Use the towel to gently dry their paws, then have them shake out any excess water. If they’re still damp after they shake, wipe them with another paper towel before letting them back inside.

our furry friends need some extra attention during the winter!

If you have a short-haired dog, it’s important to keep them inside during the winter months. Short-haired dogs are more susceptible to cold temperatures than long-haired dogs and may develop frostbite if they spend too much time outside in freezing conditions.

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If you know your dog will be walking on hot pavement, consider using a pet-friendly paw wax or paw balm before the walk.

If you know your dog will be walking on hot pavement, consider using a pet-friendly paw wax or paw balm before the walk. These products help prevent hot pavement burns by creating a protective barrier between the pads and the ground.

 Keep in mind that if it’s too cold for you, it’s likely too cold for your dog as well.

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