Protect Your Dog's Paws in Winter

This Web Story will teach you how to protect your dog's paws in winter.


Salt, ice, and snow can dry out your dog's paws and cause them to crack. Wipe your dog's paws with a damp cloth after walks and apply paw balm to keep them moisturized.


Booties can help protect your dog's paws from the elements. If your dog is not used to wearing booties, start by introducing them gradually.

Use booties

Chemicals on the ground can be harmful to your dog's paws. If you must walk your dog in areas where salt or chemicals are used, try to avoid walking on them.

Avoid chemicals

Check your dog's paws regularly for any signs of damage. If you see any cracks, redness, or swelling, contact your veterinarian.

Check paws

If the weather is too cold or icy, bring your dog inside. Let them rest and warm up before going back outside.

Bring your dog inside

It may take some time for your dog to get used to wearing booties or walking on snow and ice. Be patient and understanding with them.

Be patient

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