Fight the Crack
wax for paws & snouts
Winter can be a tough time for doggy feet, especially if you live in an area where it snows regularly. The pads on a dog’s paws are vulnerable to the effects of ice and snow, so it’s crucial that we take precautions to keep them well-protected on any longer winter walks. One helpful thing you can do is rub some paw wax onto your dog’s pads before letting your them step outside. Just rub wax onto dog's paw pads (and nose if needed) and the wax will act as a barrier between your dog's paws and the elements outside.
Ingredients: Beeswax, Shea Butter, Coconut Oil, Sweet Almond Oil, Vitamin E & Lavender Essentials Oil
Directions: A little goes a long way.
For Paws: Apply liberally, as needed for prevention or treatment of dry and cracked paw pads. Best to apply right before taking a walk so that they will be busy and not tempted to lick it off.
For Snouts: Apply as needed to the outside of your dog’s clean nose with your fingertip - let the balm melt on your fingertip before applying. Also, we shouldn’t have to tell you not to ram this stuff into their nostrils, but - we’re saying it anyway. Don’t do it.
Store in a cool place away from direct sunlight. For topical use only. If product is left in a warm environment; it will liquefy - refrigerate temporarily to solidify