There is nothing worse than when your dog won’t stop licking their paws. Most of the time it’s related to allergies or yeast. It’s also known that Boston Terriers are prone to itchy paws. I’ve tackled this myself with my two and I share our experience with you below.
For the most part itchy paws can be treated at home if you know what you are looking at. You need to understand the difference between yeasty paws versus allergic reactions. Treatments and remedies done at home should be done in a short time frame. Do not wait to go to your vet if the symptoms progress for a long period of time. I typically see improvement within twenty four hours and will not wait past three days before consulting with my vet.
When you look online you will find a multitude of articles telling you want to do. I list the different questions you may have as a dog mom or dog dad and different ways to treat your Boston Terrier’s itchy paws at home.
Keep in mind I am not a vet. I’m a dedicated dog parent who has experienced this with both of my Boston Terrier’s and we’ve gone to several vets (regular and holistic) to address their itchies.