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My dog stepped in some pine sap and is not too happy about it, her paw is caked with it all between her toes. I have trimmed all I could off of her and soap and water are no help. What can I used to dissolve it that is nontoxic?
 

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We use Avon skin so soft, once we have it out of the fur then we wash w soap and water. Worked for us the few times we had it stuck to our dogs (once by the ear, once in tail and too many to count in their feet).
 

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Thank you for the replies, I am trying olive oil and it seems to be helping some. My dog is 14+ years old and has never cooperated in these matters. Fortunately it is just one paw, her back paw. She has gotten into sap in the past just never quite this bad.
 

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Peanut butter. Rub it in and the sap rolls into little balls and you can get it out. Then your dog gets to clean off any leftover peanut butter! Max hates me twisting and poking between his toes, I hope he never gets sap in there. Sassy used to get sap on her feet when we went camping.
 
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