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Category: Nose

Is it Okay to Use Vaseline on My Dog’s Nose?

You should not use Vaseline on your dog’s dry nose because it can be toxic. Although sometimes recommended by veterinarians, petroleum jelly will not heal your dog’s poor n...

How to Heal a Crusty Dog Nose

Learn how to naturally treat a dry and crusty dog nose, from owners who have successfully cured their dogs' crusty noses!

How To Naturally Treat Dog Hyperkeratosis (of the Nose or Paws!)

Hyperkeratosis is a condition that causes a dog’s nose or paws to thicken, become excessively hard, and even fall off in pieces! Luckily, we've got some natural solutions for you...

4 Steps to Soothe a Dry Dog Nose

Moist noses are vital to help dogs interpret the world around them, so use these tips to cure your pup's dry nose. Better sniffing ahead!

Pink Dog Nose? Snow Nose is Not Just A Winter Condition

Why Is My Dog’s Nose Turning Pink? Is your dog’s nose turning pink? Pink dog nose occurs when a dog’s normally dark nose loses pigment and becomes noticeably lighter ...

Can Your Dog’s Nose Get A Sunburn?

Q: My dog’s nose is pinkish-red, dry and sore to the touch—could it be a dog nose sunburn? A: Yes! A sunburn on your dog’s nose is not only possible but rather common. Your d...

Dry Dog Lips: The Causes Of Dry Lips In Dogs & How To Naturally Heal The Problem

Dry dog lips need to be naturally treated as soon as possible to prevent worsening of the problem, such as crusting and cracking dog lips. Even if your dog’s dry lips have alread...

Treating Hyperkeratosis in Dogs

Does your dog’s nose continually become rough before cracking? If so, it’s a possibility that your dog has hyperkeratosis, a disorder that can impact a dog’s nose and also th...