Doggie Nose Butter – What is it?

QUESTION:  How do you make Doggie Nose Butter?

“Check out the video here for small batches or read the instructions below for bulk batches.”

This versatile mixture of humectants and oils can be used for dry noses, cracked pads and elbows, cream for nursing mothers and as a general cream for dry skin.

  • 3 cups Orange, Ginger & Elderberry, or Mint PEK Conditioner
  • 1/2 cup K101 Conditioner
  • 1/2 cup Ginkgo Oil
  • 1/4 cup Ozonized Olive Oil
  • 1/8 cup Argan Oil

Whisk together until well mixed, spoon into a large Ziploc baggie, cut small corner and squish into a 8oz boston round. Assemble 10 – 1/2 oz and 10 – 1oz boston rounds and dispense from the large container. OR watch the video to make smaller amounts. 1 oz jars)

©FAQs and recommendations are copyrighted and property of Iv San Bernard USA. DISCLAIMER: Any recommendations given are not meant to replace the medical care or diagnostics of a licensed veterinarian. These are recommendations based on the description provided by the owner and/or pet skin care provider/groomer. In all abnormal pet dermatological situations it is highly recommended to have an examination and diagnosis by a licensed veterinarian prior to any treatment. Some skin and hair problems can be a result of an internal or deep dermis condition that should be diagnosed by veterinarian. Iv San Bernard USA accepts no responsibility or liabilities resulting in the improper or inappropriate use of their products.

DISCLAIMER: When creating sprays and lotions outside of the manufacturers original packaging, it is highly recommended to label the containers with details of the product and contents while heeding OSHA and the prevailing laws of your area. Iv San Bernard accepts no responsibility for products compounded or re-dispensed or sold in unoriginal packaging.

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