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1. Can Paw Savers be reused?


Paw Savers are intended to be disposable once they are no longer adhesive. Depending on the walking conditions with your dog, the adhesive may remain tacky after use.


2. Are Paw Savers harmful if eaten?


While Paw Savers are made from non-toxic, hypoallergenic foam and adhesive, we do not suggest letting your dog consume our product. Your dog’s safety is of the utmost importance to us and we suggest you consult your local veterinarian if they are ingested.


3. Will Paw Savers deteriorate in the salt/snow/ice?


The beauty of Paw Savers is that they were designed specifically to protect paws in the worst of conditions including rock salt, snow and ice.


4. Do Paw Savers protect against heated terrain?


Paw Savers’ innovative foam protects on hot pavement and prevents paws from cracks and burns.


5. Do paws need to be washed prior to applying?


To ensure the best results, we suggest you apply Paw Savers to a dry, debris free paw. Wet paws could make your Paw Saver experience less effective as the adhesive will not adhere properly.


6. How often do you change the Paw Savers?


While the length of your dog’s particular walk may vary, on average a typical walk lasts between 10-30 minutes. Paw Savers were designed to last for the length of a single walk and disposed of after. Keep in mind that these estimates may vary based on the specific terrain conditions.