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Pet Skincare – Helping To Clean and Repair Pet Paws, Folds, Butts, Ears and Noses

Help care for paws, noses, ears and exposed skin on pets with the right supplies for their needs. Some pups need wrinkle cream, while others need help keeping noses soft. No matter what your pet needs, explore what is out there to improve their day, protect them from the elements or repair damaged pet skin.


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Pet Paw & Nose Repair Soothers & Balms

Pet Ear Care

Pet Eye Cleaners and Wipes

Pet Care Lotions & Sprays

Water is one of the best ways to deter puppies and kittens and dogs and cats from doing what you don’t want them to do or things that are unsafe for them. Keep a quality Water Spray Bottle close by to remind them of what not to do.

Chafing, Wrinkle and Pet Care Cream

When it comes to pups with lots of wrinkles, they take a bit more care than other dogs to prevent odor, irritation and in some cases an infection.

The Best Pet-Friendly Sunscreens & Sun Skin Blocks

Always choose a pet-friendly or dog-friendly sunscreen, spray or lotion to avoid making your pet sick or even worse. Many people sunscreens contain Zinc which is poisonous to pets.

Rear End Wipes and Care Cleaners

Anal gland issues are a common reason for veterinary visits, and while many dogs never have problems with their anal glands, others may require regular care and maintenance to prevent discomfort and infection.

Dog anal glands, also known as anal sacs, are two small glands located on either side of a dog’s anus at approximately the 4 o’clock and 8 o’clock positions. These glands produce a smelly, oily substance that is secreted through tiny ducts into the anal canal. The substance is used for marking territory and as a means of communication between dogs, providing information about the animal’s identity and possibly its health status.

Normally, the anal glands are naturally expressed when the dog defecates. The pressure of the feces passing through the anal canal presses against the glands, causing them to release their contents. However, some dogs may have difficulty expressing their glands naturally due to various reasons such as soft stools, obesity, or anatomical differences.

Anal gland issues are relatively common in dogs and can range from impaction (clogged glands) to infections and abscesses. Signs of anal gland problems include scooting (dragging the rear end along the ground), licking or biting at the anus, a foul smell, or visible discomfort. If a dog is showing signs of anal gland issues, veterinary attention is needed. A vet or a trained professional can manually express the glands to relieve discomfort.

Regular check-ups with a veterinarian can help identify and manage anal gland problems before they become severe. A healthy diet that promotes firm stools can also help support natural expression of the anal glands.

Pet Wound and Hot Spot Care

What are Dog Hot Spots

Dog Hot Spots, also known as acute moist dermatitis, are localized areas of skin inflammation and bacterial infection that can appear suddenly and spread rapidly. These lesions are typically found on a dog’s head, hip, or chest area but can occur anywhere on the body. Hot spots are characterized by intense itching, redness, and pain, leading to further irritation, infection, and discomfort as the animal licks, bites, and scratches the affected area.

What is Chlorhexidine?

Chlorhexidine is an antiseptic and disinfectant agent used in pet products to help dogs and cats who are battling against various types of bacteria, fungi, and some viruses. It is effective for cleaning and disinfecting skin and wounds, helping them to heal faster. When considering the use of any pet-friendly product like chlorhexidine products, it is always a good idea to check with your veterinarian first to ensure you are using the right product, the right amount and the right formulation.

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