Friday, January 28, 2011

REVIEW: Casey Jones All Natural Paw Balm

Casey Jones All Natural Paw Balm
Where to Find: The Dog Bonery


CS_PawBalm2Does your dog suffer from dry, cracked paws?  Winter can wreak havoc on our furbaby's paws... the cold temps cause cracking; the sand and salt cause irritation.  Sooth and protect those precious paws with Casey Jones All Natural Paw Balm 

Casey Jones All Natural Paw Balm is a blend of natural beeswax, olive oil, avocado oil, tea tree oil and Vitamin E.  It's one of those products that you can feel good about using and your pup will thank you for it!
Sophie & Tut checking it out

The Lapdogs have been getting nightly "spa treatments" with Casey Jones All Natural Paw Balm this winter and I'm pleased to say it's working wonderfully!  It has a very pleasant scent and is easy to apply.  The Lapdogs enjoy their little "foot massage" and give the balm the Lapdogs official 16 Paws Up Seal of Approval!

The real Casey Jones!
Casey Jones All Natural Paw Balm is available in convenient 2 oz tins.  Grab a couple and store one in your car, purse or knitting tote (hint, it works great on our chapped hands as well!). 

Zeus, a Casey Jones imposter?

The wonderful people at Casey Jones have offered up a 15% discount off your entire order - just use coupon code DOGGIE at checkout.  Zeus thinks you should take advantage of this offer and order some of the wonderful treats as well... he highly recommends the pumpkin, but says they are all YUM-O!

Casey Jones, reminding YOU to protect your pup's paws!


Sue said...

It's also a good way to get your dog used to having his feet handled. We used to put some stuff on Bentley's feet to keep him from slipping on smooth floors.

Marjie said...

This is a good idea. I hope it smells better than bag balm, which is what I've used the few times thor's had paw issues.

Casey Jones Bones said...

Hi Marjie, it does smell better than Bag Balm. We use tea tree oil that gives it a nice clean smell. Not too over powering, but nice.
Ken Hassen/Casey Jones

SissySees said...

I'm assuming it's non-toxic, even when orally ingested? Because my little licker will try...

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