Care for cuts and scrapes
Even the sharpest-eyed puppy parent can’t stop their dogs from getting into trouble all the time.
Your dog will most likely get a cut or a scrape on their paw at some point.
When they do, it’s important to keep in mind that your dog will often take their cue from you.
A calm and relaxed response to a problem will often help keep your pooch calm too.
Cuts on dogs are treated just like a cut on a human.
Wash it with some warm water and antiseptic soap, then keep it dry.
A vet should see deep cuts, but minor cuts and scrapes are easily handled at home.
Do your best to bandage it and keep your dog from fussing at it.