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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 12-09-2012, 04:51 PM Thread Starter
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Paw care

Is there anything you can put on a pups paws to help stop ice balls from forming? We are starting to get snow and Ranger has longer hair on his paws than my 2 girls. I was going to trim the hair, but is there something else that is safe to use? I know about the boots, but they look ridiculous.
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Yep, Musher's Secret can be applied both to the paw pads and the fur between toes and such. I also like it because it provides at least a bit of a barrier between the paws and road salt.
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Yep, Musher's Secret can be applied both to the paw pads and the fur between toes and such. I also like it because it provides at least a bit of a barrier between the paws and road salt.
Awesome! Thanks! I'll give it try.
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