Protect. Soothe. Repair
Protect your pup’s paws from harsh outdoor elements like snow, ice, salt and the jagged rocks of the Rocky Mountains. Our paw cream soothes and repairs dry, cracked pads with our healing organic, safe-to-lick paw and nose wax balm! Great for dogs who do not like to wear boots or booties. Every batch is handcrafted in Calgary, Alberta with healing beeswax and organic ingredients. (2-ounce silver tin)
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Organic Beeswax is antibacterial, antimicrobial and helps protect and heal paws
Organic Shae Butter vitamins and fats in this butter help repair dry, chapped pads
Organic Olive Oil is anti-inflammatory and antibacterial, while the olive oil softens pads
Organic Coconut Oil contains vitamin E and healthy fats which smooths paws
TO USE AS A PROTECTION WAX
To protect noses or paw pads from harsh elements like ice, salt, snow and jagged rocks apply liberally just before a walk or hike. For paws, be sure to massage a thick layer onto pads as well as in-between toes.
TO USE AS A CONDITIONING BALM
After a hike or long day, massage a thin layer into paw pads to soothe, moisturize and repair worn, cracked, dry or damaged paw pads and dab a bit on the nose if needed. No worries if your pup licks it, it’s safe and it will still do the job!
TO USE TO KEEP SNOW CLUMPS OFF
To use hiking with your dog to keep snow clumps off, apply to the bottom of the paws massaging a thick layer into the paws and hair in between. This type of application use more than normal.
HOW TO APPLY THE BALM
The protective and healing beeswax makes this product firm to the touch. From the tin, dig a scoop of wax out with your thumb, then briefly warm and rub it between your fingers and palm to warm it. This will help it soften enough to massage onto your dog with your fingers.
Beeswax does harden or soften depending on the temperature, so it’s best to store it at room temperature, in the cupboard. If the container is exposed to cold temps and the wax is hard, scoop some out and hold in your palm until it softens, or allow the container to warm up before using. Likewise, if summer heat begins to melt the wax, simply stick it in a cooler or fridge to harden.