Natural Dog Company PawTection
314B Punggol Way
Protect your pup's sensitive paws!
Nourish and protect your pup's paws with PawTection. Its natural wax blend creates a protective and nourishing barrier to defend against cuts, burns, and scratchy paws. Apply Pawtection before any outdoor activity to defend against harsh temperatures, rough terrains, and potential paw pad injuries!
How to apply
With a distraction in tow, clean up any excess dirt or debris evident around your pup's paws. Use two fingers or a low-absorbent cloth to apply a generous amount of PawTection directly over your dog’s paw pads. Paws will be slick after application so allow the area to dry (a nice belly rub always does the trick!) and follow up with a treat for a positive reward!
Apply anytime before going outside or before exposing your pup's paws to any potentially harmful condition.
For the best results, use it in conjunction with our sister product - Paw Soother. Paw Soother heals existing damage and dryness to make paws smooth and soft.
Organic, plant-based ingredients
PawTection healing balm uses only natural, organic, plant-based ingredients. Essential oils like Rosemary and Lavender help soothe irritation and balance dryness while supple mango butter combats free radicals and deeply moisturizes paw pads.
Mango Butter: Rich in Vitamins A, C, & E to help combat free radicals that cause dryness & cracking in paws
Rice Bran Oil: Natural antioxidant rich in minerals & vitamins to deeply penetrate the skin’s layer to nourish deep
Lavender Essential Oil: Soothes discomfort, heals & fights against germs & bacteria & naturally eases anxiety & stress
Rosemary Extract: All-natural preservative & antioxidant with potent anti-inflammatory properties
Other Ingredients: Sunflower oil, Carnauba wax, Sunflower Wax, Candelilla Wax, Natural Vitamin E, Benzoin Resin, Stearic Acid
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PawTection will provide healing benefits as well as prevent damage from the following:
- HOT surfaces such as: pavement, sidewalks, gravel, rocks, sand, stone, concrete, decks, etc.
- Harsh elements such as: salt, snow, ice, rough terrain, extreme temperatures, etc.
- Helps to reduces effects of contact with allergens, like grass, pollen, or mold.
PawTection creates a protective barrier while also locking in moisture and helping prevent drying and damage.
Dog paw pads are naturally thick, but they should not be overly dry. Dry, chapped paw pads are more prone to injury from splitting and cracking. Healthy, moisturized paws will flex rather than split and actually allow dogs to get a better grip! Dry paws do not have any traction and dogs will have a harder time walking on smooth surfaces. Many customers use our Paw Soother and PawTection for agility training to help give dogs much better contact, safety and speed.
Natural Dog Company balms are 100% natural, safe, and edible. Our products will still work even if most of the balm is licked off. However, for best results, we advise using distractions to allow the balm time to absorb. Give your dog a long-lasting chew, a yummy treat, their dinner, or play with them for a few minutes until Skin Soother has had a chance to work its magic.
PawTection is used to prevent damage, while Paw Soother is used to heal existing damage. PawTection is a natural wax blend, so it provides a nourishing barrier between the paw and harsh surfaces and conditions such as hot pavement, sand, salt, ice, and snow. Paw Soother is a butter blend meant to smooth, soften, moisturize and heal dry, damaged, peeling, and cracked paw pads.
Think of it this way: PawTection before going outside (like sunscreen), Paw Soother before bed (like moisturiser).
Both have amazing collaborating qualities – making them the pawfect team!
For best results, use PawTection before going outside. Reapply periodically when exposed to harsh conditions such as ice and snow and especially really hot pavement. Dogs feel pain on their paws!