The treatments for a cut on a dog's paw pad include rinsing the area with cool water, removing any pieces of debris and using an antibacterial solution or ointment. The best way to prevent cuts on a dog's paw pad is to k... More »

Prevent an infected blister from worsening in severity and pain by regularly cleaning the area with warm water and antibacterial soap, coating with an antibacterial ointment, and shielding it from dirt and debris with an... More »

A dog's paw pad injury can be treated at home if it is not too severe by rinsing the paw pad under cool water and applying an antibacterial ointment with a non-stick pad placed on the foot pad as well as a light wrapping... More »

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Spraying a solution of equal parts vinegar and equal parts water on the areas of the carpet where the dog has previously relieved himself helps to prevent the dog from repeating his behavior. Dogs are offended by vinegar... More »

The black pads on a dog's feet grow back if they are injured or removed, although veterinary assistance is recommended if the pad is hanging. These protective layers can become injured if the dog makes a sudden turn whil... More »

If a tick head is left in a dog following the tick-removal process, cleanse the area with warm water and mild soap, then monitor for signs of infection. If redness, swelling or rash appear, apply an Epsom salt soak to th... More »

The best way to remove dog urine from carpets is to soak up the liquid as quickly as possible with absorbent material and then pour water on the area before sponging it dry. A mixture of detergent, water and vinegar can ... More »

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