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Can dogs get splinters? Even though their paw pads are pretty tough, they can still be penetrated by thorns and splinters of wood, glass, metal or any other hard, sharp material. Dogs may be so focused on sniffing, playing or chasing a ball that they might not see sharp hazards that can end up as a splinter in a dog's paw.
If your dog ate a bar of soap or licked some liquid soap, you're justified in being a little concerned — but there's no need to panic. Read on to learn the facts, including what soap is actually made of, how eating soap can affect your dog's health and how to know when you should bring your pup to the veterinarian.
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Start with the Right Nutrition
Give your furry new family member the best chance for a long, happy life by giving him nutrition to meet the specific needs.
Tailor your dog’s food to his lifestage, size or special needs right from the start.
*Plus vitamins, minerals and amino acids