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August 8, 2017

In the summer months, paws can easily burn and blister when walking on hot surfaces. During the winter season, rock salt and other ice melting chemicals can cause sores, infection and blistering. When exposed to hot surfaces in summer, and warm dry air in the wintertime, a dog’s paws will commonly dry out, becoming rough and sandpapery. While it’s important not to fully soften the paw pad, some moisturizing will help to prevent cracks and bleeding. The Dirty Dog Anti-Bacterial Paw Spray is an allnatural, safe and effective solution that eliminates dirt, germs and odors quickly, while moisturizing paw pads.

www.dirtydoglovers.com

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