This Cracked Dry Dog Paws Lickable Balm Recipe is just what a good pet owner needs to whip up a moisturizing batch to massage into their dogs paws (feet).
Just like people, dogs can suffer the same effects on the pads of feet that people do from the hot and cold temperatures. So when people have dry and cracked skin we normally reach for a cream, balm or lotion for relief.
Unfortunately, your furry family member cannot do that and they have to rely on you to do it for them. While you can find commercially prepared balms in the store, they are usually quite expensive and have extra unneeded added chemicals.
This article was designed to introduce the reader to a unique balm that was made especially for dogs.
This is dog-friendly formula for a moisturizing balm for treating the sensitive skin of a dog’s paw pads and snout.
The balm is made from all-natural ingredients that are gentle enough not to harm your dog and that are easy to find.
Ingredients and Tools needed:
Wide mouth mason jars (one quart and couple of pint ones)
2 tablespoons of Shea Butter
3 tablespoons of Olive Oil
3 tablespoons of Coconut Oil
1/2 teaspoon of Vitamin E Oil
2 tablespoons of Beeswax
Place all of the ingredients into the quart glass mason jar and place in mason jar into a saucepan. Add 4 inches of water into saucepan. Slowly melt on low heat until everything is melted.
Slowly pour melted ingredients into smaller clean and sterilized wide mouth pint mason jar. Allow to cool before screwing lid on.
This article includes a complete, easy to follow the recipe. The information is presented in a way that makes it extremely easy to follow.
Benefits of reading the Homemade Remedies: Do It Yourself Dog Balm
● Learn how really easy it is to make your own inexpensive balm that is safe enough for your dog
● This article includes a recipe that has a complete listing of all of the ingredients, supplies, and tools needed to get started
● This recipe also includes a complete, easy to read and follow step by step instruction guide that shows how to make it
Your dog is going to love you massaging his/her paws. Yes, your pup is going to lick the moisturizing balm but not all of it.
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