Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Organic Pawstik Healing Paw Balm Review

I recently was given the opportunity to review the Pawstik by Opie & Dixie for free in exchange for my 100% honest and unbiased opinion on their product.

Living out here in the desert our poor little guys pads are so dry, rough and sometimes they have cracked. At first we use to use lotion on his pads but that really did not last very long at all. I started to do some research to see what would work on his pads and I would always come across some type of balms but most of them were for us humans. So when I was given or should I say our little guy Shorty was given the chance to review a stick of the Pawstik by Opie & Dixie I have to say that I was so surprised how easy it was to apply to his paw pads and also how quickly it absorbed into his pads to start to make them feel smooth again.

When I use to use the lotion on his pads before he would always lick it off but with this Pawstik he does not lick it off at all and his pads are looking better and better after each use. We are both loving this product from Opie & Dixie not only because of what it does for our little guy but also because it is made with USDA Certified Organic ingredients.

Pawstik, our best-selling Healing Paw Balm's formula in convenient stick form, is the answer to your dog's dry, cracked paws! Our customers love our safe, gentle treatment for sore paw pads. Works wonders during harsh winter and summer climates. Safe for bunnies, too!

  • Ingredients

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 There are two different places to purchase the Pawstik from click below.

AMAZON for $10.17
Opie & Dixie for $9.99

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