Our Clinical Grade Wound Wash helps soothe dry, irritated paws.

Dry skin and wounds can lead dogs to paw chewing, causing tissue damage.

As with other dog behaviors, there can be several reasons that lead dogs to lick or chew their paws.

These include injuries; skin problems; environmental, parasite, or food allergies.

Boredom or anxiety, growths like cysts, lipomas, and warts, can also cause discomfort on paws.

Occasional paw licking is normal for dogs as a part of their self-grooming process, especially when they come inside after walking on dirty or sandy ground.

However, if your dog is licking and chewing their paws excessively when they do not appear to be dirty, it's time to start looking into their behavior.

When a dog excessively chews their paws, there is almost always an underlying problem causing their behavior.

Rule Out Injuries

The first step to take, especially if the licking begins very suddenly and is focused on one paw, is to examine the paws to make certain there is not an injury such as a cut, torn nail, growth, or perhaps a stone or thorn stuck between the pads.

If the paw pads and feet appear normal, the licking could be due to a skin condition (dermatitis), which often is the result of bacterial problems, allergies, or food sensitivities.

If you and your veterinarian have ruled out the above problems, then your dog may be suffering from boredom or a behavioral problem such as anxiety. Some dogs develop compulsive behaviors, which include paw licking.

ArmiVET® Topical Wound Care is a safe & effective solution for paw chewing.

Our clinical grade solution has been proven help soothe dry, irritated paws.

After spraying the affected area on the paw, let ArmiVET® Topical Wound Care help! It has been clinically proven to help!

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ArmiVET® is Non-Toxic & Contains Safe, Non-Harmful Ingredients

* No harmful or toxic residue

* Environmentally safe

* No chlorine or alcohol

* No steroids

* No special disposal handling required

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