What do you do when your dog has a stuffy nose?
Dogs will sometimes "snort" or "hawk" a whooping sound like they are sucking in and out. Their heads will go down while they are doing this. This is normal in many dogs (just like us they get irritations once in awhile) and they love it if you message the lower part of the nose on the top and on the sides (the puffy part of their muzzle by their nostrils.) If it continues please take the dog to your vets to be sure it doesn't have pollups in the nose.
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If your nose is stuffy, first blow your nose. them get Zicam. it is a good medicine for your stuffy nose. but sometimes your stuffy nose isn't always stuffy, it is just swollen. If your nose is swollen, you should put vasiline on the tip of your nose, above your sinisus. then, get a breathe right strip and put it on your sinisus
Nothing - human medications can be very dangerous for dogs. If your dog is having trouble breathing, you should take him to the vet immediately. However, if your dog is otherwise bright and alert but has a blocked nostril, you can probably just keep an eye on him for a few days and see if he clears the stuffy nose on his own.
Nothing - human medications can be very dangerous for dogs. If your dog is having trouble breathing, you should take him to the vet immediately. However, if your dog is otherwise bright and alert with just a stuffy nose, you can probably just keep an eye on him for a few days and see if he clears it on his own.
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