Taking care of pets paws

Dog’s paws help your dog keep balance, help with temperature control and protect from various terrain, so it is crucial to take care of them. In this blog article you will get more information on how to groom your dog’s paws.

  • Do daily checks on cracked or injured paw pads and foreign objects like rocks, ticks, or foxtail awns. They are a perfect environment for various infections, so it is important to treat the wound in a right way. You can use the Sanocynforte product line to clean the wound. The Solution effectively removes unwanted fungi, bacteria and viruses, while the Hydrogel forms a protective film, which can prevent new and secondary infections. Both products are alcohol-free and pH neutral. Thus, they do not sting and burn. They are based on hypochlorous acid (HOCL), which is very well tolerated by pets and suitable for daily use.
    1. Rinse the wound generously with Sanocyn forte Solution and allow it to dry. No wiping is necessary.
    2. Apply Sanocyn forte Hydrogel and let it dry.
    3. Repeat the application several times a day.


  • Keep your dog’s nails at a short length, so that they do not touch the ground when the dog walks. It is painful for your dog to walk with overgrown nails – they can even change the dog’s feet bone structure and are generally prone to cracking and splitting.
  • Do not forget to trim the fur between the paw pads. If the hair gets matted, it can be also painful for your dog to walk.
  • Moisturize and massage the dog’s paw pads to soften them. It helps to prevent the injuries and cracking. Massaging the paws also improves blood circulation.


Your regular at-home grooming should always include taking care of the dog’s paws, so use our tips and treat your dog after your grooming routine.

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