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Dermapaw Dog Skin & Paw Treatment

Dermapaw Dog Skin & Paw Treatment

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    It really works!

    By mamajean on Jan 19, 2022

    My dog has had "frito" smelling paws since I got her 4 years ago. Nothing worked but I decided to give Dermapaw a shot. What could I lose? After only 3 applications, the smell is completely gone. I can't believe it. I am so happy and I am sure my dog is too. Worth every penny. Highly recommend My dog has had "frito" smelling paws since I got her 4 years ago. Nothing worked but I decided to give Dermapaw a shot. What could I lose? After only 3 applications, the smell is completely gone. I can't believe it. I am so happy and I am sure my dog is too. Worth every penny. Highly recommend this product. … more

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    Seems like good stuff, but didn't work for Ziggy

    By maxi on Oct 31, 2021

    I've done tons of searching for anti-lick "stuff" that I would be okay with Zig having a taste or two, and came up with this balm. I waited until he started licking his paws and rubbed a bit into the top of his paws, which is where he licks (i.e., not between toes or pads). He couldn't get enough of I've done tons of searching for anti-lick "stuff" that I would be okay with Zig having a taste or two, and came up with this balm. I waited until he started licking his paws and rubbed a bit into the top of his paws, which is where he licks (i.e., not between toes or pads). He couldn't get enough of the stuff!! He loves it!!! Made him lick even longer!!! I finally wiped down his paws (with doggie wipes). This may work for others, but not for Zig. It doesn't work for allergy licking (it says on listing), so maybe Zig has an allergy. He's an old Chi guy (14) found on a street in the rain, who I just adopted 1 month ago, so much health wise is unknown. I will ask my vet to give me some animal antihistamines to see if that helps (he snorts and sneezes and makes lots of old man noises). So I haven't recommended, but only because it depends on what the reason for the licking is. If you know the reason and this would help, then by all means, I would recommend. … more

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