PLEASE HELP! My puppy’s paws pads are turning black..?

Is this normal?

When I got him, his paw pads were mostly pink, and 2 paws have little black markings. Now, the black color is spreading. His 3rd paw is now starting to change to that color too.

Please help. Thanks in advance

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13 Answers

  • Nikko,Loves GSD,Pekes
    1 month ago

    This is perfectly normal as they get older their padsw turn black..The pigment is now forming in this area,just as the teeth fall out and new ones come in the pigment on the pads change color as with their hair color

  • ?
    4 days ago

    Black Dog Paw

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    5 days ago

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  • Anonymous
    5 days ago

    All puppies are born with pink feet..Nearly all of them turn black as the puppy matures…Most breeds have black paw pads.

  • ?
    4 days ago

    1

  • Jake
    7 days ago

    It is totally normal, he is just travelling through puberty and before you know it he will have black paw pads as every other adult dog.

  • katrina a
    1 month ago

    all dogs pads end up black its to protect their feet on the hot ground if their pads stay pink/ white they could end up with cancer in the pads just like the nose and ears at are pink.

  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    this happened to my dog too he has black spots on them when we got him they were pink

  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    that is normal, it is basically like the dog is getting callouses, this will help protect its feet

  • DaBasset – BYBs kill dogs
    1 month ago

    They’re supposed to do that.

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