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THE BLISSFUL DOG BOSTON TERRIER NOSE BUTTER TIN OPTIONS

BOSTON TERRIER NOSE BUTTER® LISTING INCLUDES:

• 1 OZ, 2 OZ OR 4 OZ TIN OF NOSE BUTTER
• BOSTON TERRIER ON LABEL
• YOUR CHOICE OF UNSCENTED OR SCENTED NOSE BUTTER®
• COMPLETE TIPS, HINTS & USAGE DIRECTIONS BROCHURE
• GIFT BAG

NOSE BUTTER® FAQS & INFO

NOSE BUTTER® is individually handcrafted by my team and me right here in far northern Minnesota (yes, it is science fiction cold in the winter) using all natural good stuff: shea butter, olive oil, castor oil, castor oil, avocado oil, almond oil, coconut oil, beeswax, cocoa seed butter, unscented or lightly scented with just a dash of essential oils (Cedarwood, Cypress and Ylang Ylang) and love.

NOSE BUTTER USAGE

• DAB a bit onto your dog’s nose 1-3x a day for 2-3 days (until nose improves) and then as needed for maintenance.
• DISTRACT with a treat (keeps them from licking NOSE BUTTER off while it moisturizes)
• DONE!

FOR EXTREMELY DRY, CRUSTY, CRACKED NOSES

• Apply 2-3x a day for 2-3 days
• Test crusty area with tissue
• If crust crumbles off drop back to maintenance application
• If crust does not easily crumble off continue application 2-3x a day for 2-3 more days
• Repeat test
• Then use as needed for maintenance (usually 1-2x weekly, may be daily for senior or compromised dogs)

ODDS & ENDS

• NOSE BUTTER in the tin and the tube is same product, just different containers
• NOSE BUTTER will do no harm if your dog licks some and swallows it (or eats the whole tin)
• NOSE BUTTER for Rottweiler is the same product as NOSE BUTTER for Chihuahuas, just different labels
• NOSE BUTTER is a different formulation from PAW BUTTER, ELBOW BUTTER & BOO BOO BUTTER. Each is formulated for the needs of the specific type of skin tissue.

WHAT THE HECK IS THAT STUFF ON MY BOSTON TERRIER'S NOSE?

Probably not food, dirt, bad genetics or anything you did or didn't do that you should have (did that make sense?). While your Boston may have a bit of dryness on their nose, if it is more of a crust or looks like an oyster shell or tree root, your Boston may have Nasal Hyperkeratosis aka crusty nose crud.

Nasal Hyperkeratosis is an idiopathic condition (scientific jargon for they don't have a clue where it comes from) that results in a protein or keratin overgrowth (keratin-more jargon) on a dog's nose and/or paw pads. This protein overgrowth is often seen in older dogs, dogs with certain illnesses or on some medications. Plus, certain breeds or breed types (mixed breed dogs get this too) seem to have a genetic predisposition to the condition. Bully breeds, flat-faced dogs, toy breeds, the mastiff types and anything with a chunky body type seems to be more likely to have this condition. Yeah, Bostons fit several of those criteria!

Boston Terrier History

The history of this breed is a distinctly American one – in other words, the Boston is a bit f this and that combined to create a uniquely American breed. In 1865 Robert C. Hooper imported Hooper’s Judge, an English Bulldog and White English Terrier cross, from England. Hooper’s Judge was a 32 pound dog, high on leg, dark brindle, with white face markings. Burnett’s gyp was a white Bulldog, short faced, stockily built, and short stationed with a three quarter tail. Judge was then bred to an English Bulldog female named Burnett’s Gyp. Wells’ Eph, a short-legged, well-marked dark brindle was the result and the breed had begun! Frenchies were often used to reduce the size and set the type of the head.

They were first shown in the New England Kennel Club show in Boston on April in 1888. They were shown as Round-Headed Bull Terriers, then called American Bull Terriers, but when they were accepted into the American Kennel Club In 1893 the name was changed to Boston Terrier.

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Boston Terrier NOSE BUTTER® All Natural Moisturizing Balm for Dry Crusty Dog Noses Your Choice: 1 oz, 2 oz or 4 oz Tin with Boston on Label

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