Natural Dog Company Snout Soother®
Natural Dog Company Snout Soother®

Natural Dog Company Snout Soother®

Natural Dog Company



Heal Your Pup’s Sensitive Snout!

Snout Soother is the ideal remedy for healing and soothing dry, cracked, or scaly snouts. In addition to nourishing your pup’s sensitive sniffer, this balm heals cracked or broken skin, skin overgrowth, and hyperkeratosis. Alleviate pain, protect their snout, and heal nose woes with Snout Soother!

Ingredients

Our ingredients are organic, plant-based, and never compromised. With the highest quality and natural healing properties, these balms are effective, safe, and will leave your pup living its best life! 

Some star players in Snout Soother include:

Kukui Nut Oil: Natural sun protectant and moisturizer to help penetrate oil deep into the skin

Grapeseed Oil: Healing polyphenols with super moisturizing properties

Coconut Oil: Anti-inflammatory, anti-fungal, & rich moisturizer source

Chamomile: Remarkable medicinal properties to heal wounds, soothe skin irritations, & ease discomfort

H empseed Oil: Potent antioxidant with prostaglandin medicating & anti-inflammatory properties

Remaining essential ingredients: Shea Nut Butter, Jojoba Oil, Candelilla Wax, Natural Vitamin E, Rosemary Extract

Ingredient Details

Application

Distract, apply, & reward!

With a distraction in tow (we love training treats or maybe their favorite toy), clean up any excess dirt or debris evident around the affected area, and use two fingers or a low-absorbent cloth to gently apply a generous amount of Snout Soother to your dog’s nose. Follow up every application with a treat, playtime, a nice belly rub, or whatever your dog’s favorite reward is!

To start, we recommend applying the balm at least two to three times daily. Using the balm before bed is ideal due to the peak of healing and regeneration that occurs in dogs while they sleep.

Reduce frequency as your dog’s nose improves using less often to maintain a beautiful, healthy snout.

Pro-pup tip:

Give your dog a bone or favorite treat, go for a walk, play tug, belly rubs, or dab a bit of Snout Soother (or peanut butter!) on top of their paw so they lick their paw instead of their nose. This will allow time for the carrier oils in Snout Soother to work their magic and deliver those healing nutrients deep into the skin.


We Also Recommend