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PawStick from FouFou Pet (With Giveaway & Coupon Code)

Protecting the Paws of the World! FouFou Pet has come out with a NEW product to protect your pets' paws. It is 100% all natural. Moisturizes cracked paws, protects against winter salt and hot pavement. Made with soothing ingredients. It is transparent and leaves no residues. It's also in a travel size so you can bring it anywhere.


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Review:
I was sent a Pawstick to help the paws of my Pug and Shih Tzu. 
Having really cold Arctic winds coming into the region, bringing snow and freezing temperatures, the paws of my dogs get sensitive. The salt also plays a factor in harming your pets paws. My poor dogs are small, so the salt is like little shards of glass on their paws. With that said, this stick couldn't have come at a better time.
It has a unique, minty smell. The dogs must like it, as my Pug kept licking at it. She likes mint, I guess. My Shih Tzu didn't bother with it except when I put it on, she had to smell it, then let me put it on her. It glides over their paws easily, not clumpy, but exactly like a giant chapstick. It definitely protected the pads of their paws, since they wore it, they didn't want to be picked up while walking. I knew it had to be helping. 
The only downside is the little marks I see on my floor. It says it leaves no residue, but my floor tells another story. It left a little, and being the neat freak I am, I noticed. If you are not as anal as me about having shiny floors, you may not notice. It wasn't that big of a deal. Plus with the benefits of helping my dogs feel better about this weather, that counts more than a few prints here and there.
I'll be honest with you, now that we have used this, I can't see us not using it in the future. Like I said, my dogs are visibly happier in the weather with it on, and that is what it's all about.  Besides, for $4.99 you really can't go wrong!!!


4.5/5



AND NOW THE GIVEAWAY
Open to Canada only. 
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Comments

  1. This sounds like a great product for your dog. I will have to inform my daughter about PawStick! Thanks for sharing this!!!

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  2. Karma: Rat Terrier
    Cleo: Boggle
    Autumn: Chihuahua Mix

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    1. OH - it's only for Canada? Whoops, nevermind then

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  3. I hope it will also be available in US.

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