Check your dog's paws regularly for cuts, cracks, or foreign objects. Promptly attend to any issues you find.
Trim your dog's nails and keep the fur around the paws neat to prevent matting and discomfort.
Moisturize your dog's paw pads with a pet-safe balm to prevent dryness and cracking, especially during winter.
Use dog booties in hot or cold weather to shield your pet's paws from extreme temperatures.
Stay away from harsh chemicals like ice melters and lawn treatments that can harm your dog's paws.
Give your dog's paws a gentle massage and warm soaks to relieve fatigue and maintain paw health.
Adapt paw care routines based on the season to address specific challenges like ice or hot pavements.