Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Natural Dog Snout Soother #Review

Dry skin isn't just a problem for us humans, you know. Along with dry skin and fur, dogs noses can take a lot of damage and dryness too. Natural Dog Company has come up with the perfect solution for dogs noses, and more!


Their Natural Dog Snout Soother is an all natural balm made from shea nut butter, organic hempseed oil, kukui nut oil, sweet almond oil, jojoba oil, rosemary extract, natural vitamin e, and candelilla wax. [click here to find out more about these ingredients] Natural Dog Company lists on their website that their Snout Soother can be used for:
  • dry/cracked/chapped/crusty dog nose
  • hyperkeratosis
  • nose rolls and folds
  • pain relief
  • windburn prevention
  • natural sunscreen (kukui nut oil, shea nut butter, and vitamin e provide about a spf 9)
  • extreme weather protection
  • dry dog skin
  • rashes and skin irritations
  • puppy acne
  • fading scars
  • canine dry eye
  • discoid lupus
  • brachycephalic breeds
  • potassium bromide nose
  • shiny show dog noses
  • and people too! (feet, elbows, knees, hands, face, lips...)
Now, I'll admit that after I read up on this product, I really felt like I had been neglecting the chis' noses. They never looked cracked to me, but I will also [shamefully] say that I never paid *close* attention to their noses. I had tried different balms in the past for Venus' paws because of her allergies causing redness, dryness, and cracking as well as her itch-relieving chewing wrecking complete havoc on her nails. Of course after paying closer attention, I noticed how dry and chapped Venus' nose was!



When we first received our Snout Soother we started applying it every morning and night. I noticed a difference as soon as I applied the balm to Venus' nose. The results would last a few hours at first, but after a few weeks I was able to start applying the balm just once a day as her nose had begun to repair itself with the use of the Snout Soother. I always apply it right before bed so it can work it's hardest while she's sleeping and her body is busy healing itself. Of course both Venus and Ocean try to lick at it as soon as I rub it on their noses, but since the balm is 100% natural there was no reason to worry! Of course, this was a great time for the girls to play with their Nina Ottosson puzzle while I waited for the balm to soak in.


I've been very happy with our Natural Dog Snout Soother! Not only has it kept the girls' noses in check, but I've been using it on Venus' paws as well, and for the first time after trying several different balms over the years, I have finally noticed a dramatic improvement! I've been using it on Gabe's cheeks, on my legs and hands, and we've both been using it as a lip balm.


Natural Dog Snout Soother can be purchased on their website; a 2oz tin for $15.95, a travel size for $4.95, and a tin of each for $17.95. Natural Dog Company also ships internationally.

You can connect with Natural Dog Company on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram, and YouTube.

***Make sure to come back for a giveaway featuring a 2oz gift wrapped tin of Natural Dog Company's Snout Soother!***

Disclaimer: Baby and the Chi's received the item(s) mentioned above for the purpose of providing a 100% honest review. No monetary compensation was received in exchange for this review.

34 comments:

  1. I never really thought much about my Sookie's nose. What a great product idea!

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  2. Hah! This is great! I never even thought about a product for something like this - great idea for BOTH cats and dogs!

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  3. My dog could totally use this! gonna check it out! thanks for sharing!

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  4. Interesting! I never thought of a dog having dry skin. It makes sense though!

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  5. Oh my cattle dog could totally use this. This time of the year he gets bad allergies and rubs his nose and snout!

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  6. Aw!! The Things They Think Of Looks Soothing For Your Dog!

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  7. I dogsat an English Bulldog who had the dryest, most cracked, saddest looking nose. This would've been the perfect solution for him!!

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  8. I've never had an issue with any of my dogs' noses - until recently. Myu senior Treeing Walker Coonhound, Suki, has developed very dry patches on her nose. I've tried a couple of different products, which just didn't do enough. I'd love to try this one. .

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  9. I just got up and checked my dog's nose. It was fine but I would love to have some of this for this winter. Thank you for such an informative review.

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  10. One of our dogs has scars (he is a rescue so I don't know where they came from). They get kind of flaky and scaly so I like to put salve on them, right now I am using calendula salve but this would work perfectly!

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  11. I have never thought about my dogs nose needing care like human skin this is a great Idea I really need to get some of this for my dogs

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  12. I am definitely buying that for my Pom, she has dry nose and snores like crazy. Behind her head on her upper back she has dry flaky skin and I have been giving her salmon oil in her food.Thanks

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  13. Your dogs are so cute! I also have a Chiquaqua. Its getting cold weather so I think this balm would be a good idea. Susan Broughton elaineb1@ymail.com

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  14. Now i feel neglectful not paying attention to my dog's noses. But one of my dogs has really sensitive paws so he probably has a sensitive nose too!

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  15. I will have to admit I have never paid close attention to my dogs nose either, but I'm definitely going to check out that snout now. Thanks.

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  16. king does get the bad nose fo the it get hard and theni l use lotin on ht

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  17. My pug Rosie's nose is so short, and she sticks it in everything! She wears the black color off the tip in winter when playing outside, so this would be so great for her!

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  18. I've never thought of my beagle's nose being chapped or dry. I'm definitely going to check him out and see if he needs this product!

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  19. I'm a groomer and I HATE seeing cracked dog noses, I think HOW can they not notice/care about that! I've used foot creams, but nothing that was able to be used on noses (even though mine are fine) I think it would be a neat thing to try!

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  20. I never thought of something like this! Gonna check it out!

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  21. great product! My rottie mix gets her snout into things and could use this.

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  22. I thought it was just my dog that had this problem, I'm gonna check it out right now!

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  23. I love this product and would really like to try it out on our dog. We recently found out that he has an autoimmune disorder and because of this his nose is sometimes dry and sensitive. This would be a great product for us :)

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  24. Our Shih Tzu Sparkie nose is fairly dry most of the time and I think this would help a lot. He also has puppy acne on his chin and the vet gave us some balm for it, but after 3 weeks of using it, he still has some irritation. This Snout Soother would probably help with that too. Thanks for the info.

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  25. My dog sometimes has dry nose skin but didnt think much of it. Thanks for the great review and tips def will look into this more :D

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  26. My dogs love to play in the cold and snow, but it dries out their pads and noses. I never knew there was anything that could help. Thank you.

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  27. This is great that a company has created a product like this! My dog's nose has been dry before, but I've never known what to do. I love that people can use this also!

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  28. wow what an amazing product thanks for sharing

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  29. Wonderful, I need this for my dog who has a very dry nose. We live in SW New Mexico where it's dry!

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  30. I have seen some dogs get really cracked noses when they get old. This would be great if it prevented that.

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  31. I have used a snouth soother. Especially good for the dirt sniffers like mine.

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  32. This sounds wonderful I think my dog would really enjoy something like this

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  33. I need this for my dog

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  34. This balm looks very nice. Thanks for the interesting and informative review!

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