Protect your pet’s paws

Posted: 17th January 2019

Be mindful of salt, grit and snow on the roads, try to avoid letting your dog walk through too much of it and check their paws after a walk.

Snow can compact between their toes, which can be painful, and salt can irritate paws and cause harm if licked.


A thorough wash and dry of your dog’s feet will help make sure nothing is lodged between their toes; it will also stop your dog ingesting any salt if they try to clean their feet themselves.


Keeping the fur between the toes trimmed will also help prevent ice building up.

Protect your pet’s paws

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