I love this for my doggies paws and elbows. this is the second time I ordered it and I will order it again when I run out.
My GSD has really rough elbows from being overweight but this makes her elbows much softer and her feet pads too! The smell is delicious also!
One had rough, cracked pads and the other had dry, rough patches on her elbows. They both actually enjoyed me rubbing their feet/elbows. I checked their pads after 1 use and their pads/elbows are much softer. I will definitely continue using this as needed.
Works really good and can see a difference but not overnight like some other reviews say but would definitely buy again
Light and easily absorbed moisturizer for my paws and nose.
I bought this for my Bulldog because even though she’s young her paws were rather rough. I had been using other products but everything I tried was greasy and didn’t seem to improve her pads. After 2 days of using this her paws are impressively more soft. It’s easy to apply and absorbs fast so there is no mess which is amazing!
My sharpull has recently gotten scab like patches on his elbows from over working his joints jumping at the fence and this has made them less solid and not as painful for him, though I don’t think it’s going to heal it completely.
We had previously used Musher's Secret but it left greasy spots on our floors. Tender Foot absorbs right in and does not leave a residue on anything! It also smells spectacular and leaves our pup's paws softer. He LOVES having this rubbed onto hid paw pads. Definitely recommend.
This product smells like car wax, and my pup did not lick it off like mushers secret. It did help condition the paw pads slowly but surely. After a month of use, I finally went back to the vet to have her paws examined again. The vet recommended O'Keefe Working Hands lotion that you can pick up any any drug store, which had worked far better than the tender paw product. If your pup has some minor cracks, tender paw would probably help. If yours had deep cracks I'd recommend O'Keefe
I have used this before on my pit bull no problem, and my GSD no problem, but my husky has removed the skin on her foot where I applied it 2 days ago (I did only her left feet to test... thank God I didn't do all 4!) She will likely need antibiotics and anti inflammatories now... some dogs may be sensitive to it. I feel so bad she is spending her night muzzled because I don't have a cone to keep her from removing any more skin...