It’s no secret that when it comes to snowy weather (or any weather to be honest ), I love my Canada Pooch Wellies. But every once in a while, the boots have to come off. That’s where Bee Savvy comes in and saves the day! Last year at the Canadian Pet Expo, I had the pleasure of coming across Bee Savvy’s booth, and BOY am I glad I did! While they aren’t local to London, Ontario (where we are currently living), they’re based out of Arnprior, only an hours drive from our last house in Petawawa (so that still counts as supporting local, right?
While we visited their booth, we made sure to pick up a few items, including their Snout Balm, Paw Balm, and some of their tasty Wildflower Raw Honey (not pictured, because let’s be serious here, that stuff is darn tasty and between Mocha and I, it didn’t last long … time to re-order!). Today, we decided to test out both the Snout and Paw Balm while we adventured into the Winter Wonderland that is our city, and it’s safe to say we’ll be making regular use of this stuff! Right from the get-go, Mocha LOVED it. I don’t know if it was the pleasant aroma given off by the blend of Rosemary and Patchouli Essential Oils, or the smoothness of the beeswax and coconut oil, but Mocha was attempting to lick the Snout Balm out of the container as I was applying. Their Paw Balm, a blend of beeswax, olive oil and coconut oil, helped to create a protective layer between the icy snow and her pads! While applying, I also made sure to rub some on the fur on her legs, as she tends to get quite a few snow clumps forming after any brief encounter with the snow. This definitely helped to keep the clumps to a minimum where I had applied it, making her “thaw time” at the door after coming inside a bit shorter.
It’s safe to say that we have fallen in love with this company and their product. Any product that is both all natural and local instantly draws our attention, and we weren’t disappointed. If you’re in the market for some paw and nose protection, or want to check out any of their other amazing (and tasty) product, head on over to their website listed below! Now, it’s time to go re-order some of that honey!