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Paw balm

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wavingfuriously Thu 18-Jul-19 13:37:16

Am back again asking for peeps' experiences ..what a great resource this is!
Has anyone walked their dog on a pebbly or sandy beach for ages and then realised there's a problem because animal refuses to walk another step ?! shock

This happened to me and dog's paws were the culprit necessitating a vet visit and anti-inflammatory jab plus a short dose of antibiotics when home again ...all good stuff..but expensive

Did notice tons of good reviews for very smelly garlicky paw balm on a website but of course can't remember it .. really want to go down the preventative route rather than have to visit vet after the fact..

anyone had same problem and can help please? appreciated
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AvocadosBeforeMortgages Thu 18-Jul-19 14:44:25

Musher's paw wax springs to mind?

Ylvamoon Thu 18-Jul-19 17:40:16

I use Cooper & Gracie paw and nose balm... not a garlic glove in sight!

wavingfuriously Thu 18-Jul-19 18:07:27

@AvocadosBeforeMortgages thanks i use that in Winter on frozen ground it's brill...but was thinking more of a lighter more therapeutic balm..

wavingfuriously Thu 18-Jul-19 18:08:09

thanks @Ylvamoon just wish i could find this old post or something to the smelly stuff!

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