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    Default Re: What is the best cure for dry nose?

    Quote Originally Posted by ddnene View Post
    I use Aquaphor… it has the same consistency as vaseline, but it seems to help heal cracked skin faster. I take a warm washcloth and rub the dry skin off, then dry it and put on the ointment.
    That's what I do. It really helps!




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    Default Re: What is the best cure for dry nose?

    Quote Originally Posted by Starkie View Post
    Thanks everyone.
    I used warm water facecloth got the loose bits as said.
    We only had Bliztex and it seems to have worked.
    He didn't like the whole process and no doubt, he will get even with me soon enough.
    But he still has love in his eyes for me, see
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    yup, he knows not to bite the hand that feeds him.
    Hug your bully today

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    Default Re: What is the best cure for dry nose?

    Walley Bubba is now doing great with:
    a) a daily face cloth soaked in warm water wiping the folds and also his nose which is losing some of the scabbiness
    b) Berts Bees
    What blows me away is that he actually seems to like the warm face cloth and he is also less of a fight when it's time to apply the Berts Bees.
    What an amazing change lately, he used to be really horrible before, playing hide-and-seek, snarling, roaring, jerking, being awful.
    I guess he knows I'm only trying to help him be comfortable and I won't hurt him in any way.

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    Default Re: What is the best cure for dry nose?

    Quote Originally Posted by Starkie View Post
    Walley Bubba is now doing great with:
    a) a daily face cloth soaked in warm water wiping the folds and also his nose which is losing some of the scabbiness
    b) Berts Bees
    What blows me away is that he actually seems to like the warm face cloth and he is also less of a fight when it's time to apply the Berts Bees.
    What an amazing change lately, he used to be really horrible before, playing hide-and-seek, snarling, roaring, jerking, being awful.
    I guess he knows I'm only trying to help him be comfortable and I won't hurt him in any way.
    That's fantastic! I never ever thought of using Berts Bees. Thank you!

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    Default Re: What is the best cure for dry nose?

    I'm surprised no one has mentioned the Snout Soother by Natural Dog Company! I LOVE their products. If Til's nose is getting dry, one application, and the next day it's back to perfect. You can buy it in a stick or a cannister, but I think the stick is easier to apply. You just swipe it right on. It's a little thicker than Vaseline and Til hates it less.

    They also have a Snout Shine product that is really easy, it's like an oil to keep noses moist. I use the Shine every day on Til's nose since she doesn't mind it at all, and then the Soother if it's cracking or especially dry out.

    They also have a Paw Soother for sore paw pads, and we recently tried the Pawtector, which is like a wax coating to protect pads from hot sidewalk, snow salt, etc. All their stuff is great.

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