UA-60701407-50 Golden Daily Scoop: Protecting Your Dog's Paws Naturally

August 11, 2015

Protecting Your Dog's Paws Naturally

No matter what time of year it is, our dog's paws take a beating.

Whether it's the cold winter snow or the hot summer pavement, it's our job to make sure their paws are protected from these harsh conditions.

But how do we do it in a natural and safe way?

That's where Natural Dog Company comes in...
Natural Dog Company really does live up to its name. The ingredients in each product are organic, vegan and all-natural. Best of all, their products are hand crafted right here in the USA.

After the harsh winter we just had and now the hot summer we are in, we were thrilled to have the opportunity to give Natural Dog Company's Paw Soother and the PawTector a try.
Healing dog paws Natural Dog Company Paw Soother Pawtector Review
The Paw Soother is an organic, vegan, 100% natural herbal-based blend of butters and special plant oils. It is specially formulated to heal rough, chapped, dry dog paw pads.

By the looks of Miley's paws, that's exactly what she has...
Dog with cracked paw pads Natural Dog Company Paw Soother Pawtector Review
The Paw Soother and PawTector has a nice, pleasant smell...
With it's easy to use applicator, it's quite simple to apply to the paws...
Soothing dogs paws with Natural Dog Company Paw Soother Pawtector Review
Here is the before and after, I can't believe how soft her paws felt after just one application...
Before and After of dogs paws using paw soother
Now that her paws have healed from using the Paw Soother. We use the PawTector to protect her paws from future damage.  

The PawTector is an organic, vegan, all-natural blend of carefully selected waxes and oils. PawTector is specially formulated to create a nourishing barrier to protect soft and delicate paw pads against the elements, such as heat, cold, sand, salt, and snow.Natural Dog Company Paw Soother Pawtector Review
Both the Paw Soother and PawTector are 100% natural, safe and edible which is wonderful because when we first started using this, Miley wanted to constantly lick it off. But as time has gone on and with a little distraction she no longer feels the need.

If you'd like to learn more about Natural Dog Company and purchase the Paw Soother and PawTector, visit their website.

They offer an unconditional, generous 90-day money back guarantee with all their products.

Natural Dog Company is offering our readers 15% off with promo code "SNOUTSOOTHER"!!
golden retriever dog health paw pad soother Natural Dog Company
You can also connect with Natural Dog Company via Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest.

Disclosure: Natural Dog Company sent us the Paw Soother and PawTector for review purposes. We were not compensated for this review and all opinions expressed are our own.

9 comments:

  1. Those sound like great products and wow! Such a change on the paw pads after just one application. I like that they are all natural and safe as well.

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  2. Sounds like some great products... especially for our New England doggies!

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  3. Joey dog has a kind of cocker spaniel psoriasis on his nose. We put olive oil on it, and it works really well to take off the rough scaly skin.

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    1. Thanks a great tip, thanks for sharing!!

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  4. I don't pay enough attention to the dogs' paws. They can get very rough. Does this make their paw pads slippery though? Sheba has enough trouble getting traction on our wood floors, and I wouldn't want to make that worse.
    Jan, Wag 'n Woof Pets

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    1. Hi Janet, it can make their paws slippery. I usually bring them outside to apply it and then keep them occupied with a toy until it has soaked into their pads. Thanks for stopping by!

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  5. Wow! That is a huge difference. I love that it rolls on too.

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  6. You just sold me on this product. I love it. The pictures are gorgeous.

    I use coconut oil on our dogs paws. In the summer, I keep them off pavement as much as possible except for early morning walks, but their paws still get dry. The winter is the bad part, because if it snows (it hasn't in a few years) they we deal with cracked paws. I started wiping them down with an apple cider vinegar mixture I created and then rubbing them with coconut oil.

    I like the idea of this product so I can have something on the go when I need it.

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    1. Thanks Kimberly! This product really is great and yes, so easy to use and keep for on the go! With cold winter and hot summers here in MA, these products do the trick if used consistently! Thanks for stopping by! :)

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