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Q. My dogs nose has been bleeding for a while out of one side and I cant get it stopped what do I do I have no money

A. You should put a cold pack on his nose for 10 min. Head should be faced to the floor to not cause aspiration of the blood. If your dog is still bleeding see a vet as soon as possible. Vet will help you in an emergency even if you don't have money. Ask your friends and family for financial support or find a charity organisation

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ZANETA KRASON



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