Dog Paw Health Tips: 7 Things You Need To Know


Watch Out For Your Dog’s Feet

Your dog will often do a good job of avoiding dangerous things they encounter by themselves.

But pups are easily distracted and don’t always know what know what to avoid.

No doubt you’re used to keeping your puppy on the straight and narrow, and out of trouble.

Things like broken glass and sharp rocks are obviously not good for your dog’s paws.

Some less obvious dangers exist as well.


Plants like foxtails that grow up straight and stiff can work their way between the pads of your dog’s paw.

Small rocks can also get caught, and things like sticky road tar and other hazards can lead to matting fur and irritation.

Avoid these problems altogether, and your pup will thank you.

Written by Flo

I am a writer and pet lover living in the Pacific Northwest. I own 2 cats, Bella and Junior, and they are adorable :) I have been an animal advocate and human companion for several dozen animals over the years. I have raised Cockatiels, cats, dogs, rabbits, chickens, and a tortoise. Writing is my second passion and writing for Funny Pet Stop is a fantastic match for me.

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