Can i use aquaphor on dog paws

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Morning dog lovers, can anyone tell me if I Can use aquaphor on dog paws? Does it work? It is safe? I’ve heard that human creams can be sometimes very toxic on dogs…..

Can i use aquaphor on dog paws

Koi Koi

Lol yeah sure you can use aquaphor on your dog paws but it doesn’t work….. I’ve also tried aquaphor on my dog’s paws and it was freaking useless, my mom bought me a lotion called Burts Bee Paw and Nose Lotion and it worked pretty well.

You can get it from a lot of online stores such as eBay, Walgreen and amazon, but make sure to only buy it from amazon since they are a lot cheaper and they deliver a lot faster than any other online store…..

Aquaphor won’t work, I used it for a full week and I didn’t notice any difference until my mom bought me the Burts Bee, I’m pretty sure that this will also work on your dog since it also worked on my dog as well….. Peace be with you and your dog and god bless America lol.

Steven Boucher

Dude can you give me the link to this lotion? And how much does it cost??? Please reply.

Koi Koi

It freaking cheap bro, I don’t even have to tell you the price lol, but amazon changes their prizes almost every day so just check it for yourself on amazon, you can buy it here https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00CEY59L0

Mike Bauteng

Well my wife have tried aquaphor on our dog’s paws and it didn’t really do any difference so I wouldn’t recommend it since it didn’t work on our dog. There is this Burts Bee lotion that my wife bought from amazon and it was very helpful.

Koi Koi

Great stuff, Burts Bee lotion is what I always recommend to people looking for something to use on dogs paws, what I love about this lotion is that it can also be used on a dog nose, this cream kinda saves me some money since I don’t have to buy a separate lotion to use on my dog’s nose when it get dry and itchy.

Jay Brag

Two things you need to know about aquaphor, 1. It was only approved to be used on human skin and 2. It has never been tested on dogs….

Tiana Furtado

“Don’t use human lotion on dogs” that is what my vet have told me, there are a lot of cheap lotions you can get online that can be used on dog paws, why do you want to use aquaphor anyway???

Steven Boucher

I’m trying to save some money since I have left over aquaphor that I was using when I had eczema

Tiana Furtado

Well don’t use aquaphor on your dog or any pet’s, just buy what "Koi Koi" have recommend. Since I’ve never used Burts Bee Paw and Nose Lotion, I would advise you to CLICK HERE AND READ CUSTOMER REVIEWS from amazon and hear what other dog owners are saying who have also used this lotion on their dogs.

Burts Bee Paw and Nose Lotion

Burts Bee Paw and Nose Lotion

CLICK HERE BUY From Amazon

Game of thrones

The last time I checked aquaphor was for eczema and diaper rash not for dog paws which simple means no don’t use aquaphor on your dog paws because it wasn’t made for it on the first place, go to amazon and look for a product that was specially designed or made for dog paws.

There are at least more than 30 product available on amazon that you can use on your dog paws that cost less than 10 dollars.

I know that pet’s medication can be very expensive these days but that doesn’t mean you have to use left over human medication just to save some buck. But I personally think to get soft dog paws then using musher's secret may be your best option but it doesnt come cheap......

Berry777

Noh don’t waste your time on aquaphor, I have also used aquaphor on my dog paws and it wasn’t effective at all. Just try Burts Bee Paw Lotion it is affordable, even a homeless person can afford buying this cream lol.

Steven Boucher

The last time checked homeless people don’t have dogs….

Berry777

Yes they do, I just saw one begging on the street with his dog.

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