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Old 12-27-2012, 03:15 PM
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How long does this product work for? Does it need to be reapplied when outside?

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I had Diesel out for a good hour and a half last week and didn't need to reapply. If we went on a long snowshoe trip I might take it with just in case but have not been out long enough to need reapplication. The jar easily fit in your pocket.


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Thank you so much for your recommendation! We do a lot of ice fishing and take the dogs with us. Needless to say, they are constantly trying to eat away the little snowballs stuck to their fur between their pads. I will give this a try!
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Thank you so much for your recommendation! We do a lot of ice fishing and take the dogs with us. Needless to say, they are constantly trying to eat away the little snowballs stuck to their fur between their pads. I will give this a try!
No problem! It works great! Make sure to get in between their toes on the tops of their feet as well as getting the bottom really well. 😊


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Thank you as well for posting about this product.

I am about to purchase it on ebay. I can't find this locally, although there is another Canadian made product I can get called Pawstick
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Should the 60g tub be enough to last the winter?
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I used it before. When I first put it on in the house, my one guy will follow the other one licking his tracks. He thinks its food.
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Thank you as well for posting about this product.

I am about to purchase it on ebay. I can't find this locally, although there is another Canadian made product I can get called Pawstick
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Should the 60g tub be enough to last the winter?
It should unless you're out a lot. It doesn't take much of the product to get 'em greased up! 😄


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Do you just rub it into the bottom of their feet?
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Do you just rub it into the bottom of their feet?
Yep. It's kind of a hard Vaseline consistency that softens when you rub it. I just put some on my fingers and rub it on Diesels pads and in between on the bottom then in between his toes on the top. It doesn't rub in so don't try to do that. It stays in the surface mostly


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Bella licks it off her feet too. That's why I put it on right before we go out. In my limited experience, it hasn't needed to be applied every day. Maybe every 2-3. It probably depends on the consistency of the snow. When it's really cold like it's been here, It probably wouldn't stick anyway.
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