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Winter Walk Time? Grab the Cooking Spray First!

If your pet's still hesitant about wintertime walks, and not as willing to wear the booties as you'd hope, try the tip I was emailed just this week: Prevent those painful ice balls between paw pads and spritz the paws with a cooking spray before talking that next potty break. You'll still need to wash his feet when he gets back in (which you should be doing anyway because of the possible poisons on the sidewalks), but this will at least combat the pain that makes summertime scampering look more like slinking down the street these days.

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aimeeb aimeeb 7 years
Good to know, I'll tell my sis.
Lovely_1 Lovely_1 7 years
wow! thanks for this info! I am definatly going to try this out!
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