Does a dog have a cold if he has a runny nose and is in a mopey mood and has not been barking?
this would probally be a cold or its allergys acting up..
Could be Distemper, take your dog to the vet today!
Rhinorrhea - most commonly referred to as a "runny nose" - is the symptom of the common cold and allergies (hay fever). It consists of an unusual significant amount of nasal fluid. Your nose can get runny when you have a cold or 'flu. If you are prone to hay fever, you can also get a runny nose when the pollen count is high.
I think you may mean hypothermia. A condition acquired from exposure to cold and resulting in lowered core body temperature, often when you've been immersed in cold water or left unprotected in a very cold climate. If you mean the common cold, as in runny nose, sniffles, things like that: see the related question below. also crymo- and psychro-
There are many causes of a runny nose. This could be due to an allergy such as hay-fever which is more common during the spring and summer months. In this case the pollen is causing the runny nose. It could also be due to the sufferer having a cold. In which case a number of viruses could be responsible.
What does it mean if My dog has been sneezing alot runny noselethargic. Anyone else experience this?
It could be an allergy or maybe something a little more serious. Check out the 'Dog's runny nose' link on this page for some of the reasons for a dog's runny nose. it might have a cold or an allergy to something where you live. take it to the vet and get it checked out. or call the vet and see if there is some medicine or something that you can give him. kaylin