D.I.Y. All-Natural Paw Protector

Dog Paw Protector Wax

During the winter months our dog’s paw pads take a beating from the snow, ice, salt, sand and so much more.

In the Summer when dogs walk more they are exposed to hot asphalt, rough sand and glass bits can wear on your dog’s paw pads.

All these elements can cause issues like raw, cracking dry pads for our pups, so lets be preventative this year and make our own Paw Protector Wax!

This recipe will help protect, soothe, moisturize and even has some antibacterial properties!

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This paw protector is so good that we use it on our entire family. Bruin’s paws, our dry hands, and toddler’s cheeks. It heals rough skin.

The problem is that it’s a lot of work to make the one or two tins you need a year. It’s also expensive. That’s why we created Paw Prixie using the finest ingredient at the lowest cost we can in our small batch, hand crafted process.

You can buy your PawPrixie Paw Protector and see for yourself. Satisfaction guaranteed.

Here’s the recipe:

3oz of Beeswax
3 Tbsp Coconut Oil
6 Tbsp of Avocado Oil
5 Drops of Lavender Essential Oils


First I melted the beeswax, coconut oil, and avocado oil to a liquid state. I then poured it into a metal tin and added the 5 drops of lavender oil. Let it sit to harden.

How to Apply

Before your dog goes out side or when they just need some extra moisturizing press their paw into the wax.

Rub the wax into your dog’s paws gently, applying more if needed.

This is meant for mild irritation and preventative care.

Consult a veterinary professional if paws are bleeding or infected.

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