Natural Paws will be presenting the 3 distinctive products in their Sweet Pea’s Paws line, the first to soothe and repair troubled paw pads and skin, using a spritz-on blend of organic essential oils and infused herbs, to the Phoenix Pet Expo on June 12, 2010.

Sweet Pea’s Paws line are the original, all-natural paw pad sprays for dogs, carefully developed with human-grade botanicals to give dogs’ paw pads and hot spots the natural elements needed for relief and recovery. Essential oils provide holistic benefits, neutralizing allergy symptoms, infections, and inflammation, while building skin strength and providing gentle aromatherapy.

The company offers 3 organic formulas to suit dogs’ varied lifestyles. Sweet Pea’s TenderPaws has a lavender aromatherapy, soothes paws and hot spots alike, and builds paw pad elasticity over time. Sweet Pea’s GentlePaws was created for sensitive dogs, to relieve itchy, allergy-ridden paws and hot spots without use of any common allergens. It has a light feel and a mellow citrus aroma. Sweet Pea’s ActivePaws relieves regularly exercised paws, repairing and rebuilding worn, torn paw pads. This formula gives extra attention to strengthening, with a fresh cedar aroma.

The Phoenix Pet Expo will be held at the University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale on June 12, 2010 from 10am to 6pm. Featuring free parking and admission, the Expo is a family event welcoming pets who are up-to-date on their vaccinations. Four-legged friends can receive spa treatments from local businesses, sample treats, and try on the latest fashions; their humans will enjoy interacting with top trainers and learning pet-care tips from animal welfare organizations. There will also be many adoptable pets waiting to find their forever homes. Activities will include an interactive agility demonstration, pet talent and costume shows, and a pet/owner look-alike contest.

Natural Paws is a local Arizona company dedicated to helping dogs in many ways; from directly improving their comfort and well-being through natural products, to giving aid through adoption events and support. More information can be found at