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Examine his paws gently, looking for a foreign object either in his paw pads or between his toes. A dog will generally flinch when you find the sensitive area. Use tweezers to remove any item you can find in or between his pads.

Sold together or separately, PawSoother and Paw Tector are made to heal and protect even the most sensitive dog paws.

Sweet Pea’s GentlePaws™ is here for the needs of more sensitive dogs as well as those suffering with allergies. It focuses on bringing down the redness and irritation associated with allergic inflammation , so the dog can stop licking these irritated paws for relief.

A dog's paws are sometimes the most sensitive part of their body.

Sensitive paws interrupt a dog's lifestyle as much as any illness or disease Untreated paws
It is up to us to help our dogs stay in their healthiest condition. If paws are left untreated and dry, it can be very uncomfortable and painful for dogs. Although their pads are thick, they are still sensitive. Many dogs will incessantly lick and chew their paws when they are in discomfort, thus causing more irritation and a perpetual cycle.

Some dogs, such as Greyhounds, have very sensitive skin on their paws

Anything that irritates your dog's paws can cause contact dermatitis and red feet. Some dogs are sensitive to floor and carpet cleaners, salt on icy roads or products outside on your lawn. Present your pet to your veterinarian for treatment and suggestions on all natural products for cleaning to prevent constant red paws.

Dog Paw Care Tips and Paw Injuries Treatment - Pets WebMD

Our dogs require consistency in their daily routines to remain happy and healthy. When that routine is disturbed, an emotionally sensitive dog can become upset and anxious. A new baby or a new pet in the family, or something simple such as a change in diet or altering the time you normally come home from work, can easily push some dogs into fits of anxiety and they'll lick their paws as a way to comfort themselves.Additionally, take into consideration the outside temperature and the walking surface. Black surfaces can be extremely hot to a dog’s sensitive paws. Also keep in mind, dogs don’t sweat as humans do (much of their heat is released through their paws and panting). Certain dogs – especially those with short noses, thick coats and heavy muscle mass may be more sensitive to heat. And, some dog are more sensitive to the cold as well. Therefore, weather could be a reason for your dog’s unwillingness to walk with you. If weather may be the culprit, you may want to choose a different time a day, a different surface, give your dog more rest time (and bring plenty of water); or choose to find another activity that can give your dog an outlet for his mental and physical exercise needs. (which is a great idea even with walks)