HUMLE Raska tassar (Fast paws)

  • 24.90 EUR

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Supplier: HUMLE

The skin between the toes becomes reddish-brown and spongy often due to the yeast Malassezia pachydermatis. Other causes that can affect problem skin under the paws, armpits, at the mouth pores and on the stomach are food allergies and natural wear and tear in forests and soil, or problems with, for example, road salt and asphalt oils. By supporting the skin's own defenses, we can prevent the onset of these problems.

With our unique hops oil, we have dog products that can kill fungi, viruses and bacteria and which together with other organic plant-based oils create an environment where fungi and yeast are unhappy and the skin is strengthened in its natural recovery.


Hops are traditionally used as an ingredient in beer, it has good properties against:


 -Sponge

 -Bacteria

  -Virus


Use:

Raska tassar (Fast paws) are a very good ointment, as it is completely without water in its recipe.

Lubricate paws and skin areas morning and evening for 7 days in case of acute problems. Then lubricate 1-2 times a week to strengthen the skin and keep the problems at bay.


If you have a dog that likes to lick itself, we recommend that at the time of lubrication you put a funnel on the dog, or put on a sock over the paw for about 20-30 minutes so it has time to sink in.


HUMLE Raska tassar (Fast paws) are developed for animals and thus registered in the product register via kemi.se.


Contains 60 or 120 ml of organic oils of shea butter, castor oil, olive oil, Swedish beeswax, hop oil and vitamin E.


Animal owner liability

As a dog owner, you always have a responsibility for your fur, whether it is food, shampoo, ointments, routines, exercise, etc. You make choices all the time about what you consider to be best for your dog.

 The same applies to the use of our products. We believe that ordinary dog owners do the best they can for their dog, and choose veterinary care when required, and natural ointments and drops when appropriate. We do not recommend anyone to refrain from veterinary care when the need arises.