Q: What is the best treat for training my dog? Jul 22 2014
A: Use treats that your dog very much likes; liver, jerky, cheese, brewers yeast, etc. Make sure the pieces are small - 5/8” bites, so that your dog can swallow them quickly and keep his focus of attention on you - the trainer.
Soothes rough, itchy, tired and cracked skin. Softens hands, cuticles, legs, hands, feet heels, arms & elbows! Aids in the protection against the effects associated with extremes in weather or low humidity, and warm and cold temperatures. Gentle lemon fragrance. Wonderful non-greasy feel that absorbs quickly into the skin. Formulated with vitamin A, D & E, aloe vera gel and lanolin.
Daily Application aids in soothing and softening rough, scaly skin.
Directions: Apply moisturizing udder balm liberally to teats, udders, hands and other exposed skin areas to soften and moisten. Before milking, thoroughly wash the entire udder and teat area to avoid contamination of milk. After each milking thoroughly dry udder and each teat before application of udder balm.
For Hands and other skin areas: Wash and thoroughly dry area. Apply moisturizing udder balm and massage into skin as often as needed.