PSCPets Paw Balm for Cats and Dogs - 60 gm


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In many places, people put down salt and/or chemicals to melt the snow and keep it from building up. This rock salt and chemicals can be very dangerous for your pets. It can be poisonous for them to ingest, and can also easily get stuck in their paws, causing pain, irritation, burning, and possibly damage when they walk on it.
It is also important to protect your pet's paws during the hot summer months as any paved surface can easily reach over 100 degrees on a hot summer day. Applying PSCPets Paw Balm during the summer months can help reduce the moisture loss on your pet's paws as well has help protect them agaisnt the hot pavement surfaces.
It is important to protect your pet's feet while you are outside, and PSCPets Paw Balm makes it easy, unlike some of the boots on the market that don't stay on and are aggravating to both the pets and their owners.

Protects paws from sand, hot pavement, ice and salt with all natural 100-percent wax-based cream. Perfect for mushing, hunting, walking or before any outdoor activity.
It only takes a small amount of Paw Balm on and in-between the toes to effectively protect your pet's paws. Paw Balm repels water and also helps to prevent chapping and moisture loss. There is no need to shave the fur. PSCPets Paw Balm can also be used to help keep flies away from ears and provide soothing relief from insect bites, scratches, burns, and other sores.

Paw Balm is formulated with just two simple ingredients: petrolatum wax and fragrance. Petrolatum waxes are natural mineral waxes from petroleum. They are non-toxic, non-reactive, and biodegradable. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved it as an over-the-counter skin protectant, and it is widely used in human cosmetic skin care.

This non-toxic formula will not stain clothing, furniture or floors. It is easy to use and store, and will help keep your pet's feet happy, even in extreme weather conditions.

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