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Can i use aquaphor on my dog’s foot

How Do I Apply Aquaphor to My Dog's Feet. I have a dog named "Puppy" that I've had for about 3 1/2 years now, but I just recently had to take him to the veterinarian for a foot issue. We know they always say "If you can't say something nice, don't say anything at all", but when I had to take him to the vet, I wasn't really sure how I could help him without hurting his feelings, which I don't want to do.

So, the vet looked at him, pulled his leg up, and showed me his foot.

Apparently Puppy's right foot was swollen, hot, and not very painful, just pretty disgusting to look at. The vet told me that we needed to do a home remedy first, so that he could try and treat his foot before taking him to the vet's for the x-ray. As much as I would have liked to have taken Puppy with me, there was no way we could get him to go anywhere at that point.

So, after letting Puppy's leg drain in a bucket overnight, and putting an icepack on the foot, I applied Aquaphor to the foot and leg. Puppy wasn't happy about having me touch his leg, but I didn't really care. He just wanted me to clean his foot up. I'm hoping this will help to heal his foot, but I'm not really sure, as the vet couldn't give me any instructions as to how long I should keep it on for.

Question is...is it okay to use Aquaphor on my dog's foot? I know they only make it for humans, but I haven't seen any dogs that have Aquaphor on them, so I would like to know if it's okay to use it on my dog. If you guys could give me a bit of an explanation as to why or why not, I'd really appreciate it. Thanks in advance!

Aquaphor is a good product for dogs. Its just a very common oil-based lotion that we like to use. We prefer to use it as a treatment for the hairless kind of dogs that need lots of grooming. The thing I like about it is that it leaves the hair slick and not greasy. It is also relatively cheap. If you have a vet that can let you know the best way to use it then feel free to do so.

I believe Aquaphor is not meant to be put on the human body, so for the canine realm, it is perfectly acceptable. I wouldn't know if it is safe for human use, but I could imagine that it wouldn't be a big problem, especially if you applied it like you would use baby lotion on a human. Also, because it is a thick oil based lotion, you don't want to use a lot. Just enough to apply so that the coat doesn't stick.

My understanding of Aquaphor is that it is supposed to be used on dogs with very short coats to help them shed their fur. It makes their fur come off easily, and I have noticed that the longer a dog's coat, the less the hair comes off.

My friend brought his dog to the vet a few years back when the dog's skin started peeling off. The vet prescribed some ointment for the skin and said that it was to help it come off. However, he had Aquaphor on his feet and he was able to walk without much of a problem.

My understanding of Aquaphor is that it is supposed to be used on dogs with very short coats to help them shed their fur. It makes their fur come off easily, and I have noticed that the longer a dog's coat, the less the hair comes off.

My friend brought his dog to the vet a few years back when the dog's skin started peeling off. The vet prescribed some ointment for the skin and said that it was to help it come off. However, he had Aquaphor on his feet and he was able to walk without much of a problem.

I know Aquaphor because we had one and the bottle was on the counter.

The trouble with having an open mind, of course, is that people will insist on coming along and trying to put things in it that aren't welcome.

If you put it on your dog, do you know what happened to him and how the coat came off? I only ask because if you get your coat off with Aquaphor, that's a good sign.

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I know the exact brand that my friend used for his dog. He did not give him any extra meds or anything like that, though. My friend and I are quite sure that it just was the Aquaphor that did it. However, I was under the impression that it is supposed to be used on dogs with very short coats to help them shed their fur. It makes their fur come off easily, and I have noticed that the longer a dog's coat, the less the hair comes off.

I think it helps with shedding hair too, as I have not seen a difference in shedding when I don't put Aquaphor on my dogs, but I know I would have more shedding if I didn't have it on them.

I know the exact brand that my friend used for his dog. He did not give him any extra meds or anything like that, though. My friend and I are quite sure that it just was the Aquaphor that did it. However, I was under the impression that it is supposed to be used on dogs with very short coats to help them shed their fur. It makes their fur come off easily, and I have noticed that the longer a dog's coat, the less the hair comes off.

I think it helps with shedding hair too, as I have not seen a difference in shedding when I don't put Aquaphor on my dogs, but I know I would have more shedding if I didn't have it on them.

Do you use Aquaphor on you dogs?

I wouldnt use it on my dogs because I have heard it doesnt work very well. I have heard it helps them more if they are wet. It helps them stop shedding too.

I used Aquaphor on my daughter's allergies when she was a puppy. It worked pretty well. We have since switched to a hypoallergenic shampoo and conditioner. I'm sure the Aquaphor worked too, but not sure about its effectiveness, since I know when I used it on my daughter's allergies, her symptoms were pretty bad.