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Q. My dog have running nose

A. Sometimes dogs do get runny noses with no other symptoms and don't last long which is fine. If it continues or is a bloody or coloured discharge or there are other symptoms such as lethargy or breathing problems then you should see your vet as soon as possible.

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JULIA HENWOOD



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