Your puppy’s feet are either tiny or huge if they are going to hold the weight of a large breed dog one day. Sometimes your little guy doesn't even seem to know how his feet work as they slip and slide across the floor. He probably falls and gets right back up. But most of all, your puppy’s feet visit more of the world than the rest of his body. They walk on dirty ground outdoors in the elements and come inside and walk all over your carpets, his bedding, and maybe even your furniture. Keeping your puppy’s feet cleaned will keep your whole house clean as well as improve his overall cleanliness and health.
Your little pup might not enjoy having his feet wiped every time he comes inside the house, but consider this paw cleaning as an opportunity to check for any injuries on his paw pads or between his toes. Your biggest challenge might be keeping him still long enough to get clean.