PawSilk for Pets
My dog, Rozee, is a female Dogo Argentino. We've had her for about 5 years. She loves the attention she gets when I apply her paws with Paw Silk. She is not use to this type of attention but she sits patiently when I apply the Paw Silk. I've only had the Paw Silk since Saturday but Rozee is already getting use to the routine.
Our "Queen" is a 12 yr. old dauchsund named Daisy May. She has had some dry paws and a dry nose this year. I have been massaging a small bit of PawSilk on her for about a week now. She loves the massage, and I love that her paws and nose are starting to soften. I also like the fact that, if she licks at it, she won't be harmed. No chemicals ! will continue to rub this on her until her paws are soft.
I am unable at this moment to say if the dog likes it. I bought as a gift for my brothers dog that he swears is my nephew. I am however excited for the fact that Renee is making things for dogs and cats. Based on the quality of the pile of other things I have bought, I know Frankie will love it.
Yes, I have three dogs and to make matters worse, they are all three herding dogs. That means they are very active and always on the move. Their paws are rough to the point that they will scratch you by just running a paw across your arm. I started using PawSilk for Pets as soon as I got it and already, each of the dogs paw-pads are softer to the touch. My puppy Bailey does not like to have her paws touched but after the first treatment with the PawSilk, she now sits still for me to treat her paws. What I like the most about this is that it does not hurt the dog if they lick their paws after the PawSilk has been applied. The 3 ingredients, Beeswax, Coconut Oil and Shea butter is not harmful if your pet ingests some.