Organic Dog Paw Balms | Hydrate & Soothe | For a Vegan Life Style
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Unleash the emollient and healing powers of our 100% vegan dog paw balm.
Made in The USA with the finest vegan USDA-certified organic ingredients, MKB's Hydrate & Soothe dog balm has been specially formulated to help restore your dog's or cat's impaired skin barrier function. Works great on the nose, elbows, and toe beans (paw pads).
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✔️ All ingredients are safe to consume, so no worries about post pawdicure grooming. ✔️ Part of the Momma Knows Best Collection of Balms ✔️ Great for nose, toes, and elbows ✔️ Proprietary blend of only 6 USDA Certified Organic Ingredients: Shea Butter, Coconut oil, Jojoba Oil, Sweet Almond Oil, Carnauba Wax, and a touch of Frankincense Essential Oil. ✔️ Infused with Frankincense Essential Oil known to soothe inflamed skin. ✔️ Contains naturally occurring vitamins: A, D, E, F, and B-complex. ✔️ Free of any skin-absorbable toxins
Ingredient integrity disclosure: Unlike most commercially available dog paw balms (and many pet products in general), MKB’s dog and cat balms do not contain ingredients that are globally sourced, known to come from, native of, or produced in China.
What is the USDA Certified Seal?
✔️ Quality you can trust ✔️ The USDA organic seal is an official mark of the USDA Agricultural Marketing Service (AMS ) ✔️ USDA organic crops are certified to have grown in soil that had no prohibited substances applied for three years prior to harvest ✔️ Prohibited substances include most synthetic fertilizers and pesticides ✔️ The USDA organic seal is protected by federal regulation ✔️ The USDA organic seal may never be used to misrepresent non-organically produced products as organic
"Organic" is not the same as "USDA Organic." Did you know that if it's not USDA certified organic it may not even be organic at all?
Instructions for Use
✔️ Try a small amount to ensure your dog/cat does not have a sensitivity or allergy to an ingredient. ✔️ While we only use ingredients that are 100% safe for both dogs and cats, every dog/cat is unique. ✔️ Massage a small amount into your fur baby’s toe beans, nose, rough elbows, and/or dry patches of skin. ✔️ Apply often to increase hydration and maintain softness. ✔️ Best if applied during relaxing moments or moments of low activity.
Signs of Dry Paws
You can identify if your dog's paws are dry with a simple visual inspection or by touching them. Here are the most common signs of dry dog paws:
✔️ Calluses, cracks, cuts, or bleeding ✔️ Limping, avoiding walking or favoring one paw ✔️ Constant licking and chewing of the paw pads ✔️ Whining or even showing aggression when you touch their paw
If left untreated, raw, dry paw pads can be very painful for your dog and potentially lead to infections.
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A vegan dog paw balm is a paw care product made without any animal-derived ingredients or by-products. A vegan dog paw balm option ensures that no animals were harmed in the making of the product. Vegan paw balms also focus on using plant-based ingredients that provide nourishment and protection for your dog's paw pads.
An organic dog paw balm is made with ingredients that are grown without the use of synthetic pesticides, herbicides, or genetically modified organisms (GMOs). Organic paw balms prioritize using natural and sustainable ingredients, providing a safer and healthier option for your dog's paw care.
Absolutely! Vegan dog paw balms can be just as effective as traditional options. They are formulated with plant-based ingredients that offer moisturizing, nourishing, and protective properties for your dog's paw pads. Look for balms that specifically mention their effectiveness in healing and soothing dry or cracked paws.
Vegan dog paw balms can be a great choice for dogs with allergies. These balms often avoid common allergens such as dairy, eggs, and certain plant extracts. However, it's still important to carefully review the ingredients list to ensure it doesn't contain any potential allergens specific to your dog.
The frequency of application may vary depending on your dog's activity level and the condition of their paws. In general, it's recommended to apply dog paw balm 1-2 times a day or as needed, especially after walks, exposure to harsh weather conditions, or when you notice dryness or damage to the paw pads.
Yes, dog paw balms are generally suitable for dogs of all breeds and sizes. Organic certified options are made with gentle ingredients free of harsh chemicals which makes them safe for use on dogs with varying paw pad sensitivities.
Vegan dog paw balms may have a natural scent derived from plant-based ingredients, but they are typically free from artificial fragrances. Some balms may have a mild herbal or botanical aroma, which adds a pleasant touch without overwhelming your dog's senses.
Generally, no. However, they can help soothe your dog’s paw pads after exposure to hot surfaces.
Yes, vegan and organic dog paw balms tend to be more environmentally friendly compared to conventional options. They often use sustainably sourced ingredients, avoid animal testing, and come in eco-friendly packaging. Look for certifications or labels that indicate the product's commitment to organic farming, cruelty-free and sustainability.
Yes, you can make your own vegan and organic dog paw balm at home using natural ingredients such as shea butter, coconut oil, and essential oils. There are many DIY recipes available online, but it's essential to ensure the ingredients you use are safe and suitable for your dog. Additionally, store-bought vegan and organic paw balms provide convenience and expertise in formulation.
My bull terrier has insane skin issues and is on a very limited, natural diet. Nothing allergenic or harsh can touch his skin and he loves incessantly licking his feet. So glad there is something I can put on his angry winter feet that is not toxic if he starts licking before I catch him.
This is the only vegan balm I have been able to find, and it is also the only one that has softened my dog's paw pads. Our great dane’s paws were rock hard and cracked. We have been using this balm for a week now and it has made a great difference. Great stuff!
We are vegans and so we were looking for a vegan dog paw balm, not many vegan options out there. It really works great for dry cracked paws! My dog was constantly licking her left front paw. We realized her pads were tender and cracked. We applied hydrate and revive to see if it would help. She stopped licking her paws within days. We continue to use this balm every other day just for prevention. Use it before bedtime to avoid oil pawprints around the house. If you have dog booties, much the better.
Removed one star because it's pricey, but the ingredients seem to be good quality. It works well to add moisture to my kitty's dry/cracked paw pads.
I'm allergic to beeswax so it was great to find something I could actually put on my dog without breaking out in a rash. Not just for vegans!
The container is bigger that expected
Great product! It’s not too greasy and it has worked very well on my pup. His paws went from cracked and dry to smooth and pretty almost instantly. A little pricey though but, the container is bigger that what I was expecting. We love that it is vegan, very hard find.