PawPro - Protects Your Pets Paws from Dangerous Winter Salt!
Do you worry about how hard winter can be on a your dog's paws? As winter approaches, pet owners need to address the many related hazards to their pet's paws. Ice, snow, slush and bitter cold can cause severe discomfort and damage. Rock salt and chemical de-icers used to clear the ice and snow can also irritate your pet's paws and turn a winter walk into a painful experience! You need PawPro, the Ice and Salt Protector and de-icing spray for pet's paws to protect your pet's paws from the ravages of winter walks.
PawPro is an all natural "de-icer" for pets. Paw Pro is a non-toxic spray designed to protect paws from contact with salt and repel ice and snow build-up between a pet's paw pads. We think of it as a pet paw cleaner, because you spray it on your pet's paw before heading out on a winter walk.
PawPro is incredibly easy to use, simply spray it on your pet's paws and between the pads to protect against salt burn and ice balls. You can also spray it on your pet's legs and underbelly and prevent snow from sticking and balling. This is especially important for shorter dogs and those dogs that do not shed, as they are most prone to this problem.
PawPro is made from 3 natural ingredients including the best water repellent known to man. PawPro contains Purcillin oil, Lanolin and Sunflower oils. The lanolin, Sunflower and Purcillin oils repel water and act as a barrier between the pads and road salt. This barrier prevents road salt from penetrating the pads and causing irritation for the pet.
PawPro is non toxic and 100% safe. PawPro will absorb into pads and fur within an hour and will condition paw pads and fur. PawPro washes off easily with soap and water and will not stain clothing or carpets. PawPro contains no preservatives or fragrances. Tested and developed for the snow and cold of the hardest winters, PawPro is a must for all pet owners.
- PawPro is Easy to Use: Simply spray your pet's paws before heading out and your pet is protected from winter salt damage.
- PawPro is the Healthy Choice: PawPro protects your pet's paws from salt and ice during winter walks, and prevents future health issues with paw damage. Left on the fur, PawPro will contribute to the natural sheen and act as a moisturizer for the pads.
- PawPro is the Safe Choice: PawPro is non-toxic and 100% safe for your pet. Pets will naturally ingest a small amount of PawPro when they lick their paws and fur. PawPro is veterinarian approved.
Why should I use PawPro for ice balls?
Dogs, and cats, too, give off excess body heat through their tongues by panting and through the pads of their paws. This means their pads are always warm. In the winter, the warm pads melt snow which then refreezes as ice balls between their pads, causing discomfort. Spraying PawPro between the pads should help eliminate ice balls.
Directions for Use
Applying PawPro Protective Spray:
- Hold the pump spray bottle 4 inches from the upturned paw and spray a fine mist directly on the paw. Spreading the pads will ensure coverage between them.
- Before taking your dog into fresh damp snow, spray the legs and underbelly from a distance of 12 inches. A gentle rubbing of the damp fur will ensure better coverage.
- Never spray towards your pet's eyes and nose. By the end of your walk, most of the spray will be have been absorbed into the pad and fur. For long walks, take along a damp cloth and the Paw Pro bottle, as much of the PawPro may be absorbed into your pet's fur and paw pads may need to be reapplied.
- Wiping off excess PawPro, road salt, and slush can be done by placing a small amount of liquid hand soap on a damp cloth and wiping gently.
Licking: It's inevitable that your pet will ingest some PawPro in the course of a walk or after a walk as personal clean up. PawPro is non-toxic and 100% safe. Ingesting PawPro won't cause any discomfort in the small amounts left on the pads or fur. Left on the fur, PawPro will contribute to the natural sheen and act as a moisturizer for the pads.
PawPro Ingredients: A special formulation of Purcillin oil, Lanolin and Sunflower oil. Patent Pending. Veterinarian Approved.