How Do I Get Smoother Heels?
Smith has some rough patches of hard skin on the back of his heels, and also under the soles of his feet. What causes the rough patches of hard skin? How can he get rid of the hard skin so that his heels are smoother?
Use one of those egg shaped shavers meant for feet, they work like nothing else does. After sloughing off that dead skin, slather with body butter overnight, perhaps use a sock to help it soak in better.
Coconut oil works for rough feet on humans and rough pads on animals! Simply rub in and put sock on if possible. I do this and I do it for one of my dogs too! She's old and sometimes her pads crack. I just apply and put baby socks on her.
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