You’re going for hiking with your friend and are probably wearing comfortable shoes to protect your feet, but then, what about your dog’s feet safety? Here are ideas to keep your dog paw in good condition despite the harsh surfaces.
Dog paws are normally thick and tough. However, this is no guarantee that they can’t get hurt, and just like other animal paws, dog owners need to be cautious of this. By nature, dog’s feet were crafted to endure harsh surfaces, but despite this, pet paws are still highly prone to injury by burns, blisters, sores. Sore pads are usually a common manifestation especially after a long period of hiking, moving through icy and snowy surfaces and walking on roughly cemented surfaces like pavements.