If you have a cute doggie, you’re gonna love this Quick Trick forÂ Cleaning Dog Paws!
Cleaning in between toes Cleaning in between your pup’s toes may not be the most exciting thing on your to-do list, but nevertheless, it must be done. If your dog spends a lot of time outside, don’t be surprised if he ends up with pieces of glass, small rocks and pebbles, sticks, and tons of dirt lodged in between his toes. If left unnoticed, bacteria can grow. If you’re dog cuts himself an open wound is the perfect breeding ground for disease. You can easily maintain your dog’s paws by cleaning them daily with a piece of tissue and removing any unwanted debris with a set of tweezers.
Tip #1 - Designate one door for your dog to use when he comes inside your house. This enables you to focus your efforts in one location. Ideally, you should choose the cleanest entry point. Avoid doors that lead into dirt or grass. Instead, choose an entry point surrounded by deck or concrete to give your pup's paws time to dust off before they reach your door.
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Step #5 - Dry your dog's paws gently with a clean towel.
Feel free to take your dog for an extra spin around the park today—it’s National Walk Your Dog Day! But, before you head back into the house, here are three ways to help you keep your dog’s paws clean, keeping him healthy and your house dirt-free!It is also important to clean up after winter walks. When you get back inside, make sure to thoroughly clean off your dog’s paws with a towel and warm water to remove all traces of paw wax, debris or chemicals she may have picked up on your walk. We suggest keeping a towel by the door to help establish a routine. This quick cleaning will keep your dog from licking her paws and potentially getting sick from de-icing chemicals. Plus, it helps keep the floors clean, too!Keeping a shallow container of water near your door is the easiest way to clean your dog’s paws before he or she tracks dirt throughout the house. When you come inside, dip each paw into the water, one at a time, and then wipe them down with a towel. This will loosen up the mud or other particles that have gotten on their fur or stuck between their toes. You can also invest in a “Paw Plunger”. We talk about it., a celebrity dog groomer, pet expert, and best-selling author, says paw cleaning should be completed after every walk, especially during winter months. Ice melting products on the bottom of their paws can be hazardous to dogs if frequently licked and also cause damage to flooring in your house. that 50 percent of foot licking and chewing can be alleviated by frequently washing dogs’ paws.