Paw Pad Conditioners for Dogs

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Paw Pad Conditioners for Dogs
Paw pad cream for dogs helps prevent injury to hunting dogs' sensitive paws. (Jupiterimages/liquidlibrary/Getty Images)

Paw pad conditioners for dogs are chemical and herbal treatments that protect a dog's feet and keep them softer, stronger and gives them better grip. Designed for dogs that spend a lot of time outdoors, pad conditioners strengthen a dog's natural paw skin to endure ice or hard rock, grass or ground abrasion. The conditioners not only act as softeners for the skin of feet but also prove to be effective antiseptics healing minor cuts and scrapes.

General Benefits

Paw conditioners are available in the market from many manufacturers. There are numerous ways these conditioners benefit your dog. They strengthen the elasticity and durability of your dog's paw skin. Like hand conditioners or skin softeners, paw pad conditioners protects and enhances the paws. Hunters often apply the pad conditioner daily for two weeks prior to the start of the hunting season.

Antiseptic Benefits

Conditioners toughen the dogs pad and some work as a medical antiseptic for healing minor cuts and abrasions. These products condition the animal's feet while acting as an antiseptic for minor wounds and cuts. As a result, the pad conditioner assists in healing an injured paw in less time.

Paw Cream Ingredients

Some of the conditioners' ingredients include aloe, vitamin compounds and shea butter. Other ingredients can include linseed oil, beeswax, lavender, avocado oil and peppermint. These products are not formulated with any harsh detergents or chemicals that may cause side effects like irritation, itchiness, skin rashes or loss of hair. These products don't include artificial colours, ingredients, chemicals or synthetic perfumes.

Homeopathic Topical Cream

Because these conditioners are non-toxic, dogs are safe even if they lick their feet while conditioner is applied. All ingredients are human-grade, which means they are safe if ingested.

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