When we talk about to paw hygiene, it can be said that it is possible to get equal to the basic prevention activities. The dog should always be clean after having a walk with it.
The paws of the dog’s legs are one of the sensitive part of the dog’s body and they need to be clean from bacteries, outside dirty, the rests of food etc.
Cleaning your dog’s paws doesn’t have to be a complicated job. How you will clear them and how much, it depends on you and your opportunities:
-The level of dirt
-The size of the paws
-Is your dog living indoor or outside.
When it is found to be dirty on the paws, it can be removed with wet rag. If your dog walks outside when it rains then you need to wash it the whole because the whole is dirty.
In situations where you keep your dog just outside then the paws do not have to be repeated after each walk but from time to time. During cleaning, special attention should be paid to the space between the fingers. In that case each finger needs to be cleaned separately.
When the outside temperature is average then basic hygiene measures would be sufficient. Large temperature differences such as high temperature and low temperature can cause paw damage.
In situations where the skin of your dog’s paws is sensitive to low or high temperatures we need to ensure that it is hydrated. This means that we need to provide chemicals for dog care, and this is often a hand cream that nourishes the skin and removes all discomfort.