Yes you can assuming you use the actual name brand chapstick as this is the same as vaseline. This balm provides effective relief from chapped itchy cracked and crusted noses and also helps protect against the sun and wind.
Can I put Chapstick on my dog’s lips?
Yes, you can if you are going to use a brand that is safe for dogs, lip balms provide relief from chapped lips and it protects against the wind and the sun, you can also apply coconut oil on your dog’s lips, olive oil, or vitamin E oil in small amounts.
We all know this time of year can be tough on our skin as the cold tends to dry it out. It also affects our pets.
Itching is no fun and pets can actually cause secondary infections by chewing on foot pads and scratching at skin. Your veterinarian is the best source for determining whats causing the itching however a little extra TLC can help keep him comfortable and itch-free this winter.
Coconut oil seems to be the latest trend for health enthusiasts but veterinary studies show that coconut oil can also provide benefits to our pets because it contains medium chain fatty acids.
Soaking feet in warm water will allow ointments to absorb and it will clean off any debris on the pads which can cause infection or irritation. Then apply Neosporin, dog ointments like Mushers Secret or Burts Bees or your coconut blend and cover with a childs sock taped on for an hour or so until the ointment is absorbed.
Does your dogs nose get chapped and crusty with dry skin? Try this trick that a good veterinarian provided: Cherry ChapStick. It needs to be the name brand
Common conditions doggie nose balms can treat
Your dog’s nose balm can help with a variety of conditions, the most common of which are listed below:
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