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Old 12-06-2012, 11:05 AM
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No more snow paws!!!

If you live in an area that allows you to snow shoe, cross country ski or just be out playing in the snow with your Goldies, this stuff is the bomb-diggity 😉Click image for larger version

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Put it on your dogs paws before any snow rompin' and it helps keep the tiny snow gnomes from setting up camp in their feet! Works awesome!


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Old 12-08-2012, 07:28 AM
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Does it wipe off easily when you come into the house? I'm just wondering if it would leave marks on wood floors. Sounds awesome! Thanks
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I use that too. I have Bella trained to wait while I wipe her feet with paper towels. With this stuff on her feet, the paper towel is practically dry. Snow does not stick to it.

My understanding is that you only need to reapply every few days. We just started getting snow, so we'll see. I would imagine the tub should last through the winter.
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Does it wipe off easily when you come into the house? I'm just wondering if it would leave marks on wood floors. Sounds awesome! Thanks
It does wipe of easily.... It is safe for flooring though.


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Does it wipe off easily when you come into the house? I'm just wondering if it would leave marks on wood floors. Sounds awesome! Thanks
When I use it, I apply it right before going outside, standing right at the doorway. When it is first applied, your dog could leave footprints on the floor, but they wipe up easily. After being outside with it, I've never noticed any footprints on the floor from it.
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That's awesome! We got our first real snow fall today and I was just commenting earlier on the snow paws. Can you use it for regular outside potty trips and walks?
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I wish they would come up with something to help prevent the yellow snow cones my short little pom x brings in.... :-S Poor thing goes out to pee and brings it back inside in the form of a matted yellow cone stuck to her bitts!
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Old 12-22-2012, 03:22 AM
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I use musher's secret too! Now if only I could figure out a way to keep snowballs from forming on her feathers. I tried Pam.. It worked for awhile until Molly was basically swimming in deep, fresh snow and she came out of it looking like a gold Christmas tree with ornaments.


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Haha! That's funny.... I've yet to find a way to keep the undercarriage clean of snow gnomes too, but at least their feet are covered!Click image for larger version

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LOL, It is funny until you come inside and have one melt in your lap!!!
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