• Michael D'Abruzzo

    January 17, 2023 at 12:17 am

    I agree with Allie that you must be careful putting moisturizers on the paws. If I were to, I would use something like bag balm that is made especially for chapped udders on cows and such..

    Looking at this dog’s toenails, you can see how much wear and tear it is exposed to on the paws. You can see the nails worn down to the quick (the dot in the center of the nail). So if the nails are that worn…

    Considering cold pavement is already one of the most damaging surfaces to the paws, even if there are no chemicals or salt on the surface, the dog may simply have too much activity on that specific payment to keep up with the healing.