Now and then some dogs may be inclined to lick their paws for a number of reasons including local irritation, joint pain & cleanliness.
If you notice your dog persistently and aggressively licking or picking at their paws it may be a sign of an injury, laceration or even Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. It’s common for dog paws to appear cracked or dry, often the case with pets spending time on hard surfaces and developing thickened pads.
Clean your pet’s paws with warm soap and water.
Follow up with Healers Cut and Wound Spray For Pets
Treat lacerations, cuts, mouth sores, punctures, abscesses, and more with Healer’s Petcare Wound Spray. This pet first aid spray is veterinary-formulated and is made of only the safest ingredients.
- Alcohol-free formula
- Rapid-acting, easy-application, and non-messy
- Created using nature’s most effective antiseptics
- Non-irritating and non-stinging formula
Healer’s Pet Care Wound Care Spray is the only wound care product you’ll ever need! Made of nature’s best remedies, this spray is full of ingredients — including tea tree oil, aloe vera, goldenseal, myrrh, comfrey, and more. This rapid-acting pet first aid spray covers the impacted area without caking or coating on, speeding up the healing process. Our solution enables new tissue growth to promote fast healing. Shop pet first aid today and grab yourself some of Healer’s Wound Spray today so your furry friend can get back to feeling like himself.
Ingredients: Deionized Water, Tea Tree Oil, Comfrey, Myrrh, Goldenseal, Aloe Vera, Tween 20 (solubilizing agent)
Before the first application, gently clean the affected area, removing any dirt or foreign material. Shake well and spray directly on affected areas or open wounds 2-3 times daily, coating the area liberally. Do not spray directly into eyes. The area around the eyes and nose may be treated by spraying natural wound spray on a cotton ball and dabbing the affected area.
For ongoing wounds, abrasions or hot spots - try our Hot Spot Relief Aid -- this is a soothing, fast acting lotion for Sores, Hot Spots & More.
*Hot Spot Relief: Hydrocortisone quickly stops the itch while providing soothing pain relief
*Unique Ingredients: The synergistic effect of tea tree oil combined with Hydrocortisone makes Healers Hot Spot Relief absolutely unique in the pet marketplace
*Fast-Acting: Professional strength blend of ingredients works fast to provide relief
*Reduce Inflammation: Hot Spot Stopper is formulated with 1% Hydrocortisone, a topical steroid, which helps reduce cause inflammation and irritation
*Treats Multiple Conditions: Aids in the treatment of acral lick granulomas, hot spots, flea and insect bites, abrasions, foot sores, and numerous other topical dermatological conditions that may have a bacterial, fungal or inflammatory basis.
Healers Hot Spot Relief is absolutely unique in the pet marketplace. It’s a fast-acting professional-strength blend of pure tea tree oil, myrrh, comfrey, goldenseal, aloe vera, jojoba oil, 1% hydro cortisone. Healers Hot Spot Relief aids in the treatment of acral lick granulomas, hot spots, and insect bites, abrasions, foot sores and numerous other topical dermatological conditions that may have a bacterial, fungal or inflammatory basis.which can help reduce inflammation and irritation.
Our petroleum free product has a great advantage over most other healing aids that use tar or oil bases that can actually hinder the healing process or may retard normal epithelialization, or skin closure. And given its bitter taste pets tend not to lick it off once applied.
As always with pet health issues, Contact your Veterinarian if the issue persists or appears more severe.
Formulated by a Veterinarian & recommended by Veterinarians for optimal, fast acting relief.
"I have recommended Hot Spot Relief for my patients for several years and my five reasons for choosing this creme is that it does not sting, it is easy to apply, it absorbs in matter of minutes, it is natural and it works incredibly well! I have yet to find another naturally based product with similar efficacy."
Dr. Kristian Sorbo BVM&S MRCVS