The dog has swelling of the nose

The situation when the dog swollen nose, often causes laughter - a flat nose turns into a ball and looks very amusing. However, in fact, a swollen dog's nose is not at all an object for fun.

If the dog has a swollen nose, it's worth itcarefully examine, as well as find out the state of the nostrils of the animal. During the examination, it is worth paying attention to the side of the tumor, what size it is.

Is it possible to understand the reason for the appearance of a tumornose? It is possible, the tumor has a local character, then, probably, the source of its appearance is the insect bite. In this case, it is enough to make a cold lotion. If the dog is susceptible to allergic reactions, you can also give an antihistamine.

However, there are more complex cases leading to a tumor of the nose: trauma, infectious diseases, the presence of parasites.

If swelling is accompanied by blood orpurulent secretions from the nose, you need to contact the veterinarian - they can indicate a serious disease of the animal, which can only be handled with the participation of a qualified veterinarian.

Often the swollen nose becomes dry, begins to peel off. It is possible that the dog began to have problems with the immune system, or it is about the consequences of malnutrition.

If, despite the swollen nose, the dog continues to behave, as usual, it is worth watching her behavior for 2-3 days. Perhaps during this time and the tumor from the nose disappears.

However, if you do not know what to do if ydogs swollen nose, seek the advice of a specialist who will either immediately identify the sources of the problem, or prescribe diagnostic studies that will establish a real picture of the disease.

A lot of trouble brings up the puppy,which, literally and figuratively, thrusts the nose in all the holes. Often, he gets injured, the origin of which is difficult to determine. If you can not understand where the nose swelling from the puppy, and the behavior of the baby also does not give a clear answer to this question, contact a specialist, and at the same time get a consultation on the care of the puppy.