Pet paws are often adorable, but they are also work horses. Those tiny feet take a lot of flack and are exposed to a ton of wear and tear on a daily basis. Their close contact with the environment also put them at high risk for exposure to allergens, moisture, and irritating substances. It isn’t surprising that our pets’ paws are no strangers to trouble.
With a little effort, good pet paw care can make a world of difference. Animal Internal Medicine and Specialty Services wants you to know what to look for when it comes to your pet’s feet, and how to help those tiny tootsies stay healthy.