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Thread: Crusty Nose

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    Bentley, Linus, Truman
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    Default Re: Crusty Nose

    I just bough the Snout Soother sample through the Bully Market for Linus - he has a crusty nose - so I will report back and let everyone know how it works!

    "I think dogs are the most amazing creatures; they give unconditional love. For me they are the role model for being alive."
    Bentley (5.24.04 - 6.26.10) & Linus (1.10.06 - 7.31.13)

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    I clean Bella's wrinkles every night and then apply coconut oil to her forehead, face, nose, and chin. It has really helped soothe and heal her nose and the effects of her allergies that have been getting better by switching foods. Also, I used to breastfeed my children and lanolin is great for moisurizing sensitive cracked and sore areas. I wonder how it would do on a bully's nose?

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    Tank and Sarge
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    Default Re: Crusty Nose

    Quote Originally Posted by Wigglesworth View Post
    Neosporin (recommended to me by bully vet on SI)

    cheap and really effective. doesn't take long, and it exfoliates the dead crust.
    I would think you would need to make sure it WASN'T marked pain reducer...for you can use that on chinchillas as well. But the one marked "pain reducer" can kill them...so I wouldn't think it good for a dog either...just my opinion. But...that's a good thought. I use Olive Oil...but am not the fondest of it. Soaking in the tub with the little bit of moister helps get the crusty to loosen up...
    ~ Darlene: 20+ years of being owned by bulldogs. But I can still learn something new from forums and other people's experiences.

    Bulldogs: Tank and Sarge

    Australian Shepherd: Ahsoka ~ Sarge's sister from another mother...and father

    The rest of my zoo:
    1 Pastel Ball Python - No Feet
    2 chinchillas - Nibbles and Fluffy
    2 Ornate Wood turtles- Franklin and Turkish

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