Dr. Maggie Paw Protector For Dogs and Cats – An Alternative to Dog Boots
$18.99 – $23.99
An Alternative to Dog Boots.
Paw Protector can be a more convenient, cost-effective alternative to boots. Dog boots can be difficult to put on and are easily lost. In addition, dogs sweat through their pads, causing a buildup of bacteria in boots which can cause fungal infections unless boots are washed or replaced regularly.
- Soothe and moisturize dry, cracked pads
- An alternative to dog boots
- Stops irritation from weather conditions
- Safe if ingested in small amounts
- Non-toxic for cats and dogs
Pet parents also love NaturPet Paw & Skin for moisturizing and healing dry skin and pads.
Coconut Oil speeds wound healing and increases hydration of paws to soothe and soften skin.
Cocoa Butter is high in fatty acids, providing deep hydration and nutrients to the skin.
Almond Oil is high in antioxidants and healthy fats which nourish and strengthen skin cells to allow them to retain more moisture.
Shea Butter is incredibly nourishing and moisturizing for healing dry skin. Anti-inflammatory effects soothe irritation and may even protect against mutations in skin cells.
Beeswax forms a protective barrier over the pad without clogging pores. It has also been shown to rehydrate and rebuild damaged skin cells.
Lecithin prevents moisture loss and increases moisture levels. Use daily to prevent cracked pads and noses.
Calendula provides soothing relief on irritated paws and skin while speeding the healing of wounds, cuts, and cracks.
Directions for Use
Apply liberally to pads and between toes before walking in cold, icy and/or salty winter conditions. After walking, wipe paws to remove residue. Use in the summer to protect from rough terrain, hot pavement, gravel, and sand.
After applying it to your pet’s paws, you can rub the excess into your own hands. It will keep your hands silky smooth and protect your nails and cuticles from winter dryness. Good for their paws and yours!