- Oct 26, 2020
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My dog's nose rope is brown. it is no infected or anything but it has been stained brown. how can i get it white again?
First, examine the food ingredients first to see if anything might be causing the coloring. What food are they getting?My dog's nose rope is brown. it is no infected or anything but it has been stained brown. how can i get it white again?
Ingredients:She is on Vital Essentials freeze dried raw salmon. I have been using wrinkle paste but it doesnt do much for the stain.
I wash her nose rope with soap and warm water almost everyday and sometimes 2. no matter what i do her nose rope is still brown. the vet said it is remnants from yeast. It seems the remnants have stained her nose rope so bad that it is very hard getting it off. If i use my nail slightly to pick it off it works and my dog does not seem to mind. But it is difficult. any suggestions? should i use really warm water?Ingredients:
Salmon, mixed tocopherols (preservative), vitamin E supplement, zinc amino acid complex, iron amino acid complex, copper amino acid complex, manganese amino acid complex….
The only thing I might look into is the “mixed tocopherols preservative” cause your dog is basically allergic to everything. If the ingredient said “natural “ tocopherols which is mostly Vit C & E then you’re good but it states “mixed”. I’m in the food industry n I do use natural citric acid. There are 2kinds of CA. Natural n the bad one. Usually in pet food if it’s mix it’s ethoxyquin, butylated hydroxytoluene (or BHT), n butylated hydroxyanisole (or BHA). BHT & BHA which tons of people have no clue is also in cereals/grains. Not good. Companies, especially the cereal ones even make their packaging/boxes with BHT & BHA. I know right?!? So sadly we need to read everything in the food industry.