Safe Paw Ice Melt

$15.49
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Safe Paw Ice Melt

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Product Summary:

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Safe Paw Ice Melt

 

Most ice melters contain dangerous salt that can irritate the sensitive paws and skin of your dog, and even burn their mouths and digestive systems when they try to lick it off. Safe Paw Ice Melt contains NO salt. It’s safe to use around kids and pets and melts ice quickly using non-corrosive, 2-way timed-release action.

 

Features:

 

·         Contains no salt

·         Guaranteed safe for dogs and children

·         Patented dual-effect compound starts melting ice instantly

·         Recommended by veterinarians, groomers, and humane societies

·         Awarded PTPA Green Product Seal

 

Item Specifications:

 

Size:

8 lbs.
 
Note - Do not use on concrete less than 12 months old or precast concrete.

Product Reviews by Customers

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1800PetSupplies.com Store
I have used before -- melts ice without damaging the sidewalk, and more importantly, won't hurt pets' paws.
Jeannette G on Dec 2, 2015
Was not available locally and March is the snowiest month in Colorado so need to replenish asap.
Jackie D on Mar 5, 2015
easy on the dogs feet and won't cause frost bite
Rebecca W on Jul 29, 2015
Supposedly safest for pets. I have three small dogs.
And lots of snow. ;-)
Michael B on Feb 25, 2015