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Can I Remove A Greyhound Corn At Home By Myself?

Can I Remove A Greyhound Corn At Home By Myself?

Corns are very painful for your greyhound, so simply ignoring the problem is not an option. There are a number of treatment options for greyhound corns, the one most appropriate for you and your dog depends on you, your dog and your vet.

It is possible for you to remove corns yourself at home however you should only do this if you feel confident and have first sought advice and guidance from a vet. Although it is not always appropriate to treat them yourself at home, corns are something which your greyhound will likely never be fully cured from, so learning how you can help with maintenance at home is really helpful.

Watch Mark from Hunnyboots (the company who make the best greyhound boots for corns) remove a corn with only his fingers here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yU79Se8yJKk

Read more about corns: Causes, Prevention and How to Help at Home here: https://zoomadog.co.uk/collections/greyhounds-with-corns 

The best greyhound boots on the market are Hunnyboots, their shape is slim and long like a greyhound paw so they don’t fall off like regular dog boots: Find Hunnyboots here: https://zoomadog.co.uk/products/hunnyboots

There is an excellent Facebook group especially designated to greyhounds with corns. They share ideas, treatments and frustrations with corns. Join here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/Greyhoundswithcorns/?locale=en_GB

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