How to Keep Dog’s Paws Safe at the Beach

If you are caring for your pet, then that piece helps you a lot

Photo by Mickael Gresset on Unsplash

It is not good to have hot sand under the feet. If the dog is at the beach, put some POW balm in the bag and apply it as needed. The dog owner can also use dog herbs to keep the dog from getting burned by hot pebbles or being bitten by sharp objects. Keep scratching the dog’s paws and…

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