What is the treatment for swollen paws in dogs?

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The treatment for swollen paws in dogs depends on the cause of the swollen paw. A swollen paw can be caused by any number of things such as an insect sting, a sharp object, a fall, a fracture, or a strain. Knowing what caused the swollen paw or what was likely to have caused it will help with determining treatment. Most injuries can be treated with an ice pack to the area and rest, or a trip to the vet if unsure of the extent of the injury.
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