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Is there something to rub into bottom of Coco's feet? Her pads are so dry in spots.....Is that OK? Seems like she would need a certain amount of toughness, but dried out doesn't seem good. My feet always get dry in the summer in flip flops and sandals.....Hot concrete sidewalks may be causing hers......

Thanks for any info.
8) Sun is coming out tomorrow here, hoooray!!!!
 

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Good morning! Funny you should ask a friend just sent me this link for a moisturizing lotion for dogs and horses. It might be worth checking out.

http://www.farmandfleet.com/catalog/pro ... 203002&p=4

Martex®
Aloe Vera Vet Cream
Mfr #: 900907
Blain #: 187146 Price: $5.99

Moisturizer with vitamin A, vitamin D, and vitamin E
For use on horses and dogs
Conditions and moisturizes skin and cracked heels
Ideal conditioner for dog pads
 

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I always think they must dry for a reason to protect them, but there have been times when I thought that is a little too dry so I put bag balm on them (its that cool stuff that comes in the green square can)
 

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thanks, I will check into these products.....my sunshine decided not to show up....we are in the middle of a huge storm and I am shutting this thing down!

wonder if they totally absorb and don't leave greasy paw prints on everything?

later,
 

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I bought this product at Petco or Petsmart...it is called mush wax. It is what they use on sled dogs. It is suppose to give them traction but in the winter it protects against the salt and ice melt that is so hard on their paws. :)
 
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