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Q. Pain,mucus comin out of left nostril an both eyes,mainly left side, lossweight,wont eat or drink,bad breathe,shollw,hard breathing teeth,gum discolor

A. This sounds serious and you should take your pet to your local vet without delay. He/she possibly has infection of the nose / eyes but it could be something more serious going on.

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