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The Blissful Dog® Inc.

Blissful Paw® Butter Moisturizes Rough, Dry Paw Pads

Blissful Paw® Butter Moisturizes Rough, Dry Paw Pads

Regular price $11.95 USD
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Are Your Dog's Paws Dry? Rough? Cracking?

Blissful Paw® Butter moisturizes your dog's paw pads using our blend of all-natural ingredients, keeping those hard-working pads in great condition.

Think how many times a day your dog's paws hit the ground as they follow you around...10x more if they are a small dog.

All Natural Good Stuff

Blissful Paw® Butter is individually hand-crafted by The Blissful Dog in far northern Minnesota using all natural ingredients.

Shea butter, Almond oil, Olive oil, Coconut oil, Castor oil, Cocoa seed butter, Avocado oil and Beeswax, Oil Infusions of Chamomile, Calendula & Comfrey and a Dash of Essential Oils; Cypress, Cedarwood, Lavender, Ylang Ylang.

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  • Blissful Butter Info

    Our Blissful Butters are a rich, dense, very thick moisturizer that drenches your dog's dry nose, paws and elbows in all-natural butters, fats, and oils.

    To get your dog's respective area back into shape apply Butter 2-3x a day for the first 2-3 days (maybe a few days longer for exceptionally dry) or until their area improves.

    Then use as needed for maintenance.

  • Tips & Hints

    • Warm product before application for faster absorption
    • To warm; stick in your pocket, bra, or scoop some out & warm in palm
    • Tag Team - have someone hold & you apply
    • You do not have to rub it in, it will melt quickly, especially if you warmed it up a bit
    • Distract to keep them from licking or rubbing it off
  • Blissfully Safe for Your Dogs & Ours

    Our products are formulated to be safe, even in the case of a very greedy dog eating an entire tin of Boo Boo Butter. In most cases it WILL NOT hurt your dog if they lick some off or eat the whole tin (but put it up, they don't need all those calories and fat). They may have pudding poo (that's professional terminology) from eating too much fat.

    That said, of course there is a very slight possibility of an individual dog having an individual reaction to an individual ingredient.