Your large dog’s paws see so much of his world. They become incredibly dirty quickly and easily as he walks around your backyard or even dog parks where other dogs frequent. His paws can become injured and collect debris poking into his paw pads or even causing bacterial infections. Grooming your large dog’s paws is imperative for his overall health and well-being as well as for keeping him in tip-top big guy shape. Your large dog has huge paws. These big paws need special attention so they can continue to browse the world.
Not all dogs like their paws to be messed with. If your big dog is licking his paws incessantly, he may have an injury and grooming his paws might be uncomfortable. Once you get through your first big grooming with your dog’s large paws, maintain them often to keep them clean and healthy. Be sure to give your big guy a nice tasty treat to ease any discomfort he has.
Let your dog explore his world with healthy paws. Keep his paws clean and well-groomed but be careful not to tickle his toes. A happy dog will be walking free, giving you a round of a-paws when his claws are neat and trim. Paws a bit and take time for a well-groomed, healthy appearance.