After two applications of the paw balm. 2 T. olive oil, 2 T. coconut oil, 1.5 T shea butter, & 2 T. beeswax (small pellets work best for melting and measuring) In a microwave safe small container, combine the 4 ingredients. Heat in 30 second increments, stirring between until melted. At this point, you can pour the mixture into lip balm tubes if you have them for easy application on the paws, small tins work great as well, or a small Tupperware type container with a lid. Let it/them cool…
Nov.22'16 OVERCROWDED SAN BERNARDINO, CA. Not Enough Volunteers ✿⊱✿⊱✿⊱PUPPY STANDS & WATCHES ALL DAY FROM SHELTER KENNEL CAGE ~ Tagg is just a puppy, listed as no more than 10-months of age. For most of the day, the anxious puppy stands on his hind feet – front paws resting on the steel bars of his cage watching everyone pass by. “Maybe someone will stop and pet me? Maybe someone will let me out of here so I can play?”
The cold weather can wreak havoc on our dogs’ paws causing cracks, bleeding, and, if left untreated, an infection. We have a simple routine to keep all the paws in our home properly cared for during the cold winter and hot summer months.
Make a DIY paw print ornament to celebrate the holiday season with your cat or dog. Here’s your how-to guide, including a recipe for dough that is safe for pets: Mix together 4 cups of flour, 1 cup of salt, and 1 ½ cups of water, and knead until dough is well combined. Roll out dough and cut into desired shapes. Press your pet’s paw into the dough and then bake in a 350-degree F oven for 12 minutes. Let the ornaments cool completely before sprucing them up as you like! #PetLifeHack