Soothe sore, dry paws and noses with our 100% natural paw and nose balm!
Made with natural oils and butters this balm is perfect for your pup’s sore paws, knobbly knees, sandpaper elbows, hardened feet and dry noses.
This product is in a 30ml pot.
Rub a small amount on paws and or nose up to twice a day and allow to sink in for 20 minutes. For external use only.
A blend of Shea Butter, Hemp Seed Oil, Coconut Oil,
Beeswax, Calendula Flower Infused Sunflower Oil, Vitamin E, Rosemary Oil, and Lavender Oil.
To avoid spreading the product on to unwanted surfaces and to allow the product time to soak in effectively, it is suggested you apply on paws when your dog is resting in their bed or use dog socks.
Licking the product may be tempting for your pup but whilst licking a little bit of the paw balm won’t hurt, please don’t allow them to eat a whole pot as it is not intended as a food source.
Rosemary essential oil is not suitable for pregnant or epileptic dogs as well as puppies under 6 months old.
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I first opened my business in 2017 after being advised by a GP to take up a hobby in order to take my mind off my skin condition. After a particularly bad skin flare up for over 12 months I was left very depressed and anxious on Immunosuppressants. My cross stitch sewing helped me keep my mind off things and I thoroughly enjoyed it. This led me to start my business making cross stitch designs on baby grows. I then decided it would be nice to have baby bibs to accompany my babygrows, so I bought myself a sewing machine and began designs for baby bibs. During winter 2017 I posted a tweet of one of my festive baby bibs and a friend asked if I could make festive dog bandanas. From this I developed my line of dog bandanas and later pet bowties (usually modelled by my best friend Billy the Staffie). I have recently bought an embroidery machine and hope to be able to personalise products shortly. I am also developing a line of cross stitch kits and plan to make dignity bibs for those with additional needs before too long (this stems from my previous employment as a Teaching Assistant to children and young adults with Profound Multiple Learning Disabilities.)