Canina® WINTER PAW BALM for dogs
anhydrous balm with shea butter, beeswax and apricot oil
…prevents the paw pads from drying out and the formation of pad tears due to wet, cold, snow and ice and protects stressed dog paws from aggressive road salt.
Because the product is water-free, the paws cannot freeze because there is no watery film around the paw pads. Instead, the beeswax it contains forms a protective layer on the bales and in the bale membrane, preventing moisture, salt and dirt from penetrating. Apricot kernel oil and shea butter care for and soften the pads and maintain their elasticity; Cracks and small injuries are prevented.
Canina® WINTER PAW BALM prevents the formation of ice between the toes: The dogs can easily cover long distances in snow and ice. This is particularly important for sled dogs, hunting and rescue dogs in action.
Tea tree oil and neem oil in the Canina® WINTER PAW BALM prevent licking and nibbling of the paws and care for the skin on the balls of the feet; mechanical irritation is prevented.
Petrolatum, Paraffinum liquidum, Butyrospermum parkii Butter-Extract (Shea Butter), Mineral Oil, Polyethylene, Zinc Oxide, Cera alba (Beeswax), Prunus armeniaca Kernel Oil (apricot oil), Hydrogenated Vegetable Oil, Nylon-12, Azadirachta Indica (Neem Oil), Melaleuca alternofolia leaf oil (tea tree oil), tocopherol (vitamin E)
Canina® WINTER PAW BALM prevents the pads from drying out and prevents pad tears caused by wet, cold, ice and snow. In addition, stressed dog paws are protected from road salt.
Type and duration of use:
Canina® WINTER PAW BALM is applied to the clean pads with a cloth or with your hands before every walk. It is also massaged into the skin between the balls of the feet. It can also be used for care after being outdoors.