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    Default Re: remove those bumpy things on his nose? do other owners have this issue?

    I use aquaphor for my two boys and reapply whenever necessary. They can't lick everything off though, maybe just the front of their noses, but not the top.
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    Default Re: remove those bumpy things on his nose? do other owners have this issue?

    I usually use vaseline. Ulysses has a tendency to have a very very dry nose during the winter. He licks it off like crazy, but it's so sticky that it still helps. I have noticed though that sometimes he gets a little diarrhoea afterwards. I'm not 100% sure they are connected, he also gets loose stools when we go for walks in town, I guess due to over excitement or stress of being surrounded by lots of people. Anyways the vaseline works great for us, but I'm definitely gonna try some of the stuff other bully parents mentioned here .

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    Default Re: remove those bumpy things on his nose? do other owners have this issue?

    I started using Vaseline a couple nights ago. Mabel hates it, but I believe her nose looks a little better today. I like it because she can't lick it all off.

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    Default Re: remove those bumpy things on his nose? do other owners have this issue?

    Quote Originally Posted by theswopes View Post
    My 2 year old bulldog gets these little things on his nose. He hates when i pick at them, so i dont want to hurt him, but if they need to be removed, they need to be removed. Advice? helpful info?
    I use Aquaphor twice a day for a few days and it really clears their noses up and then once all clear and looking like a normal nose again I've been applying this Name:  100_1027.jpg
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    They will lick it but it still does the job and it has never hurt my babies
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    Default Re: remove those bumpy things on his nose? do other owners have this issue?

    Quote Originally Posted by kazzy220 View Post
    We tried snout soother for a while and it worked for a bit then stopped working.

    In the end I just use Aquaphor which you can pick up for a couple of $$$'s. The advantage that I found with aquaphor is that it is so intensive that you use a tiny bit and it seems to sink in quick enough to have some effect before they lick it off. OR as is more common in my house .......... they run along the sides of my furniture and rub their nose up and down my couches!
    oh my gosh I totally know what you mean!!! both Diesel & Molly do that too!
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