Click here to see the original post: Possible Solution/Last Post/Snowballs Between Toes.
In that post, I suggested a product called, Mushers Secret. I never got the opportunity to try this product but one of my Followers, ArtOC, has.
Art lives in Maryland where they get their fair share of snow and ice. They also use salt on the roads there and this can irritate a dogs pads with regular exposure.
Art tried Mushers Secret on his Gordon Setter, Erin. Her long furry feathering would get tons of snowballs when she played out in the snow, one of her favorite pass times, according to Art.
Art sent me the picture below. As you can see for yourself, NO SNOWBALLS on her feet!
"We finally got a decent snowfall and Erin was just as excited as she could be to go out bird bowling and generally having a good time in the snow. Just like a kid, she would stay out until she was so cold she was shaking. I saw your plug for the Mushers and had been tying to buy if for some time but it was always out of stock. I just received it before the storm and treated Erin's feet. As you can see from the attached photo, she is covered with snow balls but her feet are not affected. I also noticed that when we went for a walk the salt didn't sting her feet like it usually does. This stuff really works!"
Don't you love it when you find a good product?! If you'd like to try Mushers Secret click on the ad to the right for a link to Amazon. This is one of the best prices I've found.
Thanks Art and Erin for sharing your experience with this product. I am always happy to show case a good product with a reliable review.
If you have a great product that you'd like to share with the rest of us dog owners, please feel free to comment with your suggestion.