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Four Paws 100202118 Paw Guard

by Four Paws
4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)


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Product Features

  • Four Paws Paw Guard with lanolin helps protect dog's pads
  • Formulated to protect pads that can become dry and cracked from ice, snow, salt, hot pavement, gravel and other hard surfaces
  • From Four Paws, the home of quality pet products
  • Four Paws Paw Guard with Lanolin helps protect dog's pads that can become dry and cracked from ice, snow, salt, hot pavement, gravel and other hard surfaces
  • 1.75-Ounce


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Product Description

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Four Paws Paw Guard.

Product Description

Prevents Paw Damage From Snow & Salt Treated Areas; Protects & Restores Moisture To Pads.


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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars great winter help Jan. 10 2013
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Pet Paw Guard is a great help for winter in the Canadian Prairies. It helps to keep my little ones paws from becoming really dry and cracked from the ice, cold and ice melt products. Leaves waxy paw prints on the floor but this is much better than going without in the cold.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars dog March 21 2013
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good for my dog his health is important to me, this product is useful and easy to use i will use it again
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5.0 out of 5 stars Perfect Feb. 13 2014
By Debbie
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his winter has been tough on doggy paws and my dogs liked having their paw-dicures finished off with this wax. It absorbs well and they seem to like it.
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However: it's so cold here right now my dog needs to wear boots.
But for the fall and spring that should do.
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38 of 38 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great for Elderly Dogs or Special Needs Dogs June 10 2010
By Taryn - Published on Amazon.com
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I needed to find a wax-based product for my small dog, who recently underwent surgery for degenerative disk disease. After scouring the internet over the course of a few days, Paw Guard was the only wax-based product that was organic (if you dog licks or eats it, it's perfectly safe), made especially for hardwood floors in addition to inclement weather, and wouldn't stain carpets and other surfaces (the last one was especially tricky, as other wax-based products of this kind can stain surfaces). I also love that I can use this product for my older dog, who has a series of hip problems and has trouble on hardwood floors. Putting the wax on your dog's paws is extremely easy - you can either put their paw directly into the wax pad, or use a small bit on your finger and apply it to each paw pad. It dries in a few seconds, and it significantly helps my dogs get around on all types of surfaces. I haven't had a chance to try it out in the winter, but it's safe to say that this is a good product for many types of ailments that prevent dogs from getting around due to age or other factors.
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Love this item! Aug. 26 2012
By lioness_403 - Published on Amazon.com
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It's a paw pad moisturizer that does what it says (although, I don't think any of these products are intended to replace vet care for seriously cracked or damaged paws).

I bought this for our puppy to keep them "baby soft" as a preventative after noticing her paw pads starting to become rough.

At first she was hesitant about "dipping" her paw directly into what is like a waxy cream so I scooped a tiny amount out of the container and messaged it onto her paw pad and each nail pad and she seemed to like it enough to easily let me do the same on her other feet.

It has a baby powder scent and doesn't leave a residue. I think it's meant to keep or restore minor rough paws to soft paws and did. I noticed a difference after leaving it on over night. Our dog was curious about it but not interested at all in licking it off - overnight and paws were as soft as ever!

The labeling is a little confusing because it says "healing _remedies_" at the same time as saying "prevents, restores & protects" - It's an after-walk/play product to GUARD playful paws from the elements. --- I definitely would NOT consider this or any of the products in this category a "remedy" for severely cracked paw pads or a "sealant" as a way to deal with floor-skidding because it isn't medicated and not intended for nail treatment or to replace regular vet/grooming care.

But, if you're looking for something to keep your dog's feet healthy, help prevent paw damage or provide soothing moisture to natural chaffing that effects and builds up on paw pads, this is an excellent product that can spare your dog many paw-related problems because we tend to think a dog's feet are shoes and they aren't.

I'm keeping this item on our must-have list of cool products to promote dog health and this one is easy on and smells great!!!
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Bloody paws... July 11 2013
By J. Gibson - Published on Amazon.com
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I bought this for my brother-in-law's dogs, who run around so much their paws are raw, and he tells me it works very well and appears to provide a soothing effect for his dogs.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great product for my dog's dried up nose. July 6 2013
By MelissaInTheSky - Published on Amazon.com
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My dog has a chronically dried up nose. He is older and the vet said it just happens sometimes. The vet said to put lip balm on it, but that never lasted well and it is surprisingly hard to find unscented lip balm. I have been using PawGuard for about a year and it works great! I leave the tin open and uncovered from the minute it arrives until it is all used up because it can have a strong scent. But if you air it out for a week before use, that goes away. Then you will not have trouble opening it, either, as other reviewers have complained. The wax is hard at first, but it gets mushier over time.
7 of 9 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Awful and useless! Jan. 30 2013
By JCannoli - Published on Amazon.com
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I am sooo disappointed in this product. I read the other great reviews and decided to give it a chance. First of all, the tin itself is very difficult to open. I have to get one nail under it and give it a good tug. Second, the actual material is a very hard wax. If you push down really hard, you end up getting a huge glob and displace all the wax. If you just try to rub a little off the surface, you barely get anything on your finger. On top of this, my dog hates it!!! She squirms and never wants to let me put it on her paws. If I manage to get a little on there, it creates a weird film and turns her skin a funny color. I have attempted to put her paw directly on the wax, but this just brings dust and dirt into the wax. DO NOT BUY!!! I purchased Bag Balm instead and we are so much happier. My dog rolls on her back when I bring it out and lets me rub it into her paws for as long as I need to. Save your money and time and avoid this product.
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