Wap Dog Care

WAP: 4 - Paw pin

SFr. 13

Softening/Protective/Moisturizing

WAP: 4 Paw pin based on 100% organic and natural ingredients. The paw pin can helps protect and nurture dry pads. Hydrating and prevents cracks. Contains Candelilla wax and mango butter that has humectant and protective properties.

0.34oz / 10ml

Ingredients:
Candelilla cera, Sclerocarya birrea seed oil, Cannabis sativa seed oil, Cocos nuficiera oil, Mangifera indica seed butter, Chamomila recutita flower extract, Helianthus annuus seed, D-A- Tocopherol, Lavandula angustifolia oil.
 
Organic and Fair-Trade by Ecocert. Biodiversity of Union for Ethical biotrade = Cannabis sativa seed oil
Certified Organic by Organic Farmers & Growers = Lavandula angustifolia oil
Certified Organic/PCU Deutschland = Sclerocarya birrea seed oil
Certified Organic COSMOS/Ionc = Cocos nuficiera oil,  chamomila recutita flower extract, Mangifera indica seed Butter
 
All ingredients are natural and organic.

How to use: 
WAP: 4 paw pin help protect and nurture dry pads. Apply on the pads as needed. Please apply on some cleaned pads for best effect. A perfect product to have in your pocket for application when needed to help the dog’s paws at the everyday tough work.

Pads act as shock absorbers to protect your dog’s bones and joints, create a barrier between his feet and dangerous elements such as ice and hot asphalt, and are essential to the balance and mobility. In addition, a dog’s paw pads contain scent and sweat glands that are crucial for marking his territory. Given the significant role they play, it’s important to protect his paw pads from cracking.

Your dog’s paw pads may crack for several reasons, depending on your environment and the type of activity he engages in. Typically, paw cracks are a result of contact irritation, so paw checks after every walk are important. The earlier these injuries are detected, the faster you can help him recover.

Seasonal tips:

  • Winter – For dogs who live in cold climates, ice, snow, and salt can be a huge risk to paw pads. Just like human feet, pads can become too dry or too cold, which leads to cracking. Road salt can then enter these cracks and cause infection or burn the skin. When it comes to prevention, investing in some dog boots or balm, and sticking to unsalted terrain is helpful. Keep the coat between the pads short to reduce the risk of snow and dirt getting stuck. If the dog does not get large snow clumps between the pads, the risk of cold cramps in very cold weather is also reduced.
  • Summer – Dogs living in warm climates must deal with hot concrete, asphalt, and excessive sweat, which can also damage paw pads. Dog boots can help in these situations too, as can balm. Let him walk on the grass instead of the hot sidewalk whenever possible, and avoid walking him during the hottest, sunniest times of the day.

Some dogs and humans can be sensitive to essential oils be so be attentive and to any reaction at first use, may cause an allergic skin reaction. After application wash hands with soap and water. In case of skin irritation or rash, seek medical or veterinary advice.


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