Any dog or cat owner can protect and heal their pet’s paws by using Dr Maggie Paw Protector. Natural ingredients create a barrier for protection and moisturize dry, cracked pads.
Dr. Maggie Paw Protector is a blend of waxes, moisturizers and healing agents for year round protection. The natural ingredients penetrate the skin within minutes and is safe for your dogs and cats. The waxes harden in cold weather to provide a barrier to salt, snow and ice. In the summertime regular use helps to maintain normal moisture content of the skin, protecting from hot pavement and rough terrain.
Paw Protector can be a more convenient, cost effective alternative to boots. Dog boots can be difficult to put on, and are easily lost. In addition, dogs sweat through their pads, causing a buildup of bacteria in boots which can cause fungal infections unless boots are washed or replaced regularly.
Soy oil, Petrolatum, Shea Butter, Jojoba oil, Beeswax, Paraffin, Lecithin
Soy Oil is beneficial for treating damaged skin. It’s a great moisturizer and natural anti-oxidant to help protect skin cells.
Shea Butter helps to restore skin elasticity while healing cuts and scrapes. This butter is also an anti-inflammatory.
Jojoba Oil helps to repair cracked, dry paws and seals in moisture. It has anti-fungal and anti-inflammatory properties.
Beeswax creates a barrier to protect the paws from toxins and bacteria. Beeswax soothes itching and hydrates the skin.
Paraffin wax softens skin and aids in pain relief. It also helps to flush out toxins.
Lecithin is a softening and smoothing agent that helps to moisturize and hydrate the skin. Lecithin protects the skin and penetrates deep to promote cell growth.
Petrolatum heals wounds and prevents paws from cracking. It seals in moisture to leave paws feeling smooth and soft.
Apply liberally to pads and between toes before walking in cold, icy and/or salty winter conditions. After walking, wipe paws to remove residue. Use in the summer to protect from rough terrain, hot pavement, gravel, and sand.
After applying it to your pet’s paws, you can rub the excess into your own hands. It will keep your hands silky smooth and protect your nails and cuticles from winter dryness. Good for their paws and yours!