By taking a few precautionary steps, you can get you and your pet off on the right foot toward a great summer season in the Wood River Valley.
Many of our best friends have been sedentary for the past six months. Before engaging in vigorous walks, runs or hikes consider that paws have become soft and vulnerable to blisters and nails may have become long and will easily tear.
To avoid sore feet, torn nails, deep blisters and possible nail bed infections make sure nails are trimmed, take shorter outings at first and talk to us about the application of “tough pad” if necessary. Also call us if you detect lameness, deep blisters on pads or torn nails.
See you on the trails!