Omega Paw Stop Paw Licking, 22-oz bottle

By Omega Paw
Rated 3.3803 out of 5 stars

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About This Item


  • Formulated to clean your dog's paws from the irritants that cause obsessive paw licking.
  • By targeting your dog's itchy/irritated paws, it will prevent a serious condition called Lick Granuloma, which is caused by constant licking.

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Questions & Answers

11 Customer Questions

I’m considering this product. Is it safe if my dog licks his paws after application of the product?
Answer by ChewyJan 09, 2018
PAW+ is made with ingredients that are non toxic and will not harm your dog. Paw+ is for external animal use only and is safe for both puppies and adult dogs.

I just bought havent used my dog has been licking her paw just took a look at it one of her paw pad is red ..will this paw stop paw hurt or burn or irritate her paw that is raw
Answer by ChewyJun 29, 2018
This product will not hurt, burn or irritate the paw. Stop Paw Licking is formulated to clean the irritated paws, helping to free the area of bacteria, viruses, mold, yeast, fungi and other irritants that cause obsessive paw licking.

This product claims non toxic and will not harm your dog. Then why Paw+ is for external animal use only. What if your dog leaks after treatment Thank you
Answer by ChewyNov 09, 2018
Paw+ is only for external use and has to be labeled as such so that pet parents know this product is not effective if fed to your dog and should not be administered that way for treatment. PAW+ is made with ingredients that are non toxic and will not harm your dog if they happen to lick the treatment.

My dogs feet are so sore looking it’s hard for him to walk is this product something that I have to soak his feet in asking only because he hates to soak his feet do this come in a spray
Answer by ChewyJul 25, 2018
This product requires that you soak each paw in a container solution for 10-15 seconds then lightly pat dry.

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Rated 3.3803 out of 5 stars
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71 Customer Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Anthony on Jul 20, 2020

Love this stuff! Works better than anything else.

I live in the city and both of my dogs get persistent paw infections. My doctor recommended soaking their paws in the bath tub with water and an antiseptic / anti-microbial shampoo (i.e., Curaseb or or Micoseb). While the shampoos work after repeated treatments, I've found that Omega Paw works faster and with fewer treatments... even when using a slightly more diluted solution than recommended.

Rated 2 out of 5 stars
By DOGMOM on Apr 28, 2020


I googled "paw licking" and this product came up and sounded like a possible solution to stop our dog's paw licking. (Her feet are white and the saliva turns them pinkish red between washings.) Since I was placing an order with Chewy anyway, I searched their site, found it and decided to give it a try... First of all, it is a cleanser that MAY HELP stop paw licking. The instructions say not to use 3 days before or after bathing with shampoo. So we had to wait 3 days to try it. It is concentrated, so you have to dillute it. Instructions say to use half a cup (approx. 1/3 of bottle) with 1 1/2 cups water and soak each paw 10-15 seconds & pat dry. Even states it is okay if the dog licks the paw afterwards! (I guess that is their way of saying, it is safe in the event they lick the paw?) So if you use fresh solution each time, you only have 3 applications. It does not state whether it is safe to reuse the solution so it lasts longer. I had no problem cleansing our dog's hind paws. However, it was impossible to soak her front paws. I resorted to a spray bottle to try on her front paws, all the while she was licking. After 3 days of doing this once a day, her paws are red and sores appear to be forming. She has licked her paws more than ever. We are discontinuing use of this product. I found advertising for this product very misleading as it is merely a cleanser that MAY HELP stop paw licking. It is NOT a deterrant. Very disappointed and may be headed to the veterinarian.

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Rose on Jul 31, 2020

Another paw licking product that doesn't work

Save your money. It's not something that works. What it does is rinse the paws. It does not solve the issue of paw licking.

Rated 2 out of 5 stars
By Ella on May 7, 2020

Has not worked yet

I purchased two bottles because I read the advice of other reviews, however, after one week of doing the soak 2X a day there is no improvement. I will continue to try and see if there are any results with further use.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Shorty on May 7, 2020

Seems to work

This seems to be working. My dog doesn't like me dipping his paws, but he's hardly licking them anymore. His paws were looking pink and irritated and now they are looking much more normal.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Tortugapup on Feb 7, 2020

Kicking the Licking Habit

First, we wanted a product that would soak in to our dog's paws and not leave residue on out flooring and the various blankets, pillows and pieces of furniture she chooses to nap on. Omega Paw+ fit that preference, and even though it has lavender oil in it, there is no residue. Second, our dog has such sensitive paws, she is truly obsessed with licking them to the point of becoming raw. Even after one treatment, I could tell a slight lessening of her licking. After a few more, I saw continually less paw licking. Because of her extreme sensitivity, we did 5 treatments initially and plan to continue with at least weekly treatments, if not twice a week, until this condition is under control for her optimum comfort and functionality. Also, because she is a small dog, we used less solution, but kept the same ratio to warm water.

Rated 2 out of 5 stars
By Jill on May 16, 2020


I had high hopes for this and it fell short at least for my itchy pitbull

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Cooper on Dec 15, 2019

Boxer with auto-immue issues

Our 2 year old boxer seems to be allergic to the world. The area between his toes is chronically swollen, red and "cheesey". The vet has prescribed various washes and ointments over the last several months- we even went through several months of allergy shots and nothing seemed to work....until now. I am SO delighted to say this stuff REALLY WORKS!! I have found that I can stretch out there bottle little longer by using about 1&1/2 cups of water & 1/4 cup of solution. - I started seeing a difference after the very first treatment and it was completely gone after the third. Now we just treat as needed (for us that's about once a week or so).

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Cynthia on Nov 21, 2019

Dog still licked paws

My dog kept licking paws till they were bloody, took him to the vet today. I followed the instructions completely.

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By jackD on Nov 1, 2019

Omega Paw does not stop licking

this product does not work or decrease the licking and chewing on the paws at all .spending $10. for this and $6.for shipping was a huge disappointment