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I am in Southern California where it is in the 100's for most of the summer. It's just too hot to walk Arkane on the blacktop except in the mornings & evenings. Someone suggested there is a creme mushers put on their dogs feet to toughen them up. Does anyone have any experience with this stuff or anyother product that will get the job done?
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Alot of hunters around here use this or this for toughening up dog feet for running over rough terrain/brambles/thorns etc. I don't know how well it would protect against heat. I think booties might be the best way to go.
 

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Thanks Becky, but I don't want to put boooties on him. If I can't find something I can just rub on his feet, I just won't walk him on the black top! This was a product made to toughen up the pads. Does anyone know what it is called?
 

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Oh yeah! I didn't know I was to click on the "this or this"! :oops: Thanks Becky, you may have solved my problems.
 
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