Dog’s Paw Pads Rough? Here’s How to Fix It!

Okay, I know it ain’t normal to check your dog’s paws. But recently, I happened to notice that Genevieve’s paws were very rough, even cracking in some areas. I, being the protective owner of my best friend, decided to go to my trusty sidekick, Google, and promptly searched, “Dog’s Paw Pads Rough? How to Fix It?” Hence, the reason I named the article this. I hope that this article will help some of you that deal with the same issues with your pet!

We have this problem with Genevieve’s feet, especially in be summer and winter months. In the winter, snow can leave her paws chapped, and during the summer, hot pavement can leave her paws dry and cracked. We didn’t realize that there was such thing as dog balm until we were looking through the products @worldofangus. We decided to give it a go, and the product actually works! After applying this for a week and daily, her the bottom of her paws are more moist and stronger! The best part: Genevieve doesn’t mind it AND it is edible! Thanks @worldofangus for this sweet remedy! I will definitely get some more after we finish this container!DSC_7583.JPG

We actually have a discount code for all of our followers because we feel that this product (along with others this company sells), is a necessity when owning a dog. Use our code “GENEVIEVE” for 15% off your purchase. Click this link to read more about the product/ potentially buy!😊


Advice: Let the balm sit for a few moments on the paws before resuming with normal activities. This is to prevent the balm from rubbing into the ground and to let it fully sink in, to get the full effect!


Look who’s excited about her product! Soft paws=happy Genevieve!

Thanks for reading! Till’ next time!

Elizabeth Prater

Disclaimer: We are working in collaboration with World of Angus but all thoughts and opinions are our own.


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