Soaks to soothe and calm your Dog’s Sore Paws and Skin

Soaks to soothe and calm your Dog’s Sore Paws and Skin

When health and the wellbeing of your favorite pet is concerned then you should give your best so that your furry friend can enjoy the better health.

Nothing is better than natural care to improve the lives of your dogs. Some of the common problems in dogs include sore infected paws, irritated and patchy skin, dryness and dandruff. The best natural way to relieve the symptoms of all these conditions, easing the pain and healing the skin problems is the natural bath soaks.

These soaks are full of natural ingredients that detoxify the body and provide minerals to the skin which help in relieving many skin and paw conditions. Here we are going to share a few soaks and mineral baths that will ensure you are giving extra care to your dogs.

  • Himalayan Salt Soak for Dog’s Paws and Skin

This calming Himalayan salt soak is an incredible natural cure for your dog’s sore and infected paws. It can also relieve irritated and dry patchy skin.

Himalayan salt is said to be the pure and pollutant free salt on Earth. It is unrefined, unprocessed and free from any additives. It contains 84 minerals and natural trace elements. Its antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties makes it so beneficial not only for humans but for the pets as well. It cleanses and detoxifies the body and provides nourishment to the skin. It is also given to dogs in the form of salt licks to fulfill their mineral requirements. You can visit Ittefaq Salt to know more about this salt.

How to make the salt soak:

Make sure you don’t use a highly concentrated salt solution, otherwise, it will sting or burn open cut and wound on the dog’s paw or skin. You can make changes in the recipe according to the situation.

Add 2 teaspoons Himalayan Pink Salt in 4 cups of Luke warm water and stir until all the salt is completely dissolved. Then soak the paws of your furry friend in this sole. This minerals infused sole will detoxify the body by removing all the toxins and nourish the skin. It will help in boosting the healing process and soothing the paws and irritated skin. It will also help to relieve muscle or joint pain.

Use this treatment one or two times a day according to the condition of the paws.

  • Herbal Tea Soak

If you observe that your dog is scratching the back so much and have irritated paws, then this herbal soak is here to help you with this problem.

The therapeutic and healing soak infused with herbs will soothe the itchy and dry skin of your pup.

How to make this herbal soak:

Draw a bath by tea bags of chamomile tea, green tea and calendula tea in hot water that your dog can stand. Keep these bags for two minutes in the water then remove them. Then let your furry friend in this herbal water for ten minutes. After ten minutes take your dog out and do not rinse just air dry.

Give your dog this bath daily until you get the results.

  • Oatmeal Bath:

A warm oatmeal bath is not only good for you but can also give relief to your dog by soothing the itchiness and moisturizing dry skin. Oatmeal has natural oils in it that provide moisturization to the skin and heal the cracked paws.

How to make it:

Take 2 cups of unflavored grounded oats and dissolve in warm water. Let your dog remain in this water for at least 10 minutes and see the magic.

These soaks are good to relieve the symptoms and accelerate the healing process but not certainly a remedy. Along with these soaks, remember you need to know the actual cause of this soreness or infection and treat the actual reason completely. It is recommended to consult with the vet for taking proper measures.

 

Jeffrey Lewis: (Author Bio)

Hi, I am a blogger at Ittefaq Salt. I like to share different aspects of my life. My aim is to create a beautiful, thriving life around me and helping others to do the same. I am a crazy animal lover. I love writing about pets, animals, health and nutrition-related topics.

 

2 Comments
  • Ray
    Posted at 18:33h, 30 September Reply

    Our dog, Meako, loves to play and doesn’t want to stop even though her pads become sore. I’ll keep this in mind when she goes overboard again. Thanks

    • gofind_admin
      Posted at 18:37h, 30 September Reply

      You’re welcome. Glad the post was helpful to you.

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