2 thoughts on “What's wrong with the dog's nose?”

  1. The dog's nose may be caused by the following reasons:
    1. Drying in sleep
    The dogs will lick their noses once when they are not sleeping. When I fall asleep, licking my nose will naturally suspend. The nose will become dry.
    2. After the severe exercise
    After the dog is exercised violently, the body will have water deficiency due to sweating a lot. If the water inside the body is insufficient, the liquid will be stopped, and the dog's nose will appear dry. At this time, just add more water to the dog.
    3, older
    entering the old age, the body's various functions decline, and the moisture will reduce the nose and it is easy to dry. If you can't see other abnormalities, there are no major problems.
    4, the sun exposure
    under the irradiation of summer sun, it will make the dog's nose dry, which is related to insufficient absorption water. At this time, add some water for the dog, and the nose will naturally restore the wet state.
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  2. Pay attention to diet and treatment.
    If the dried nose of the puppy, if the weather is dry and the puppy drinks less water, then the owner can give the puppy give an appropriate amount of water and give the food with a lot of water to improve. Secondly, if the puppy is sick, the nose will also dry, and it will be accompanied by symptoms such as mental deficiency and loss of appetite. Therefore, the owner needs to consult the doctor in time, inform the doctor of the puppy's symptoms, and then use the drug for treatment.
    Is when the dog has a cold and fever or suffers from other diseases, the dog will become mentally sluggish and loss of appetite, and will have no energy to lick your nose with your tongue, so the dog's nose will keep dry. Take the dog to the pet hospital for a timely inspection, and help the dog recover your health under the guidance of a professional veterinarian.

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