Is A Dog's Nose Supposed To Be Wet Or Dry?


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Michael Willis answered
A dog's nose is supposed to be wet if they are healthy, just not runny. They are susceptible to allergies just as we are, so if it's nose is runny and not just wet, it may be allergic to something. If it is dry, it usually shows that they are sick for some reason. If they are sick, watch to see if they eat grass when outside, that usually is a definite sign of some sickness, but allow them to eat the grass or weeds they chose because nature has installed in them the reasoning to know what grasses to eat for different kind of sicknesses.
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Anonymous commented
You really should bring your dog to the trained animal physician. If your dog is displaying signs that are abnormal behaviour such as dry nose, pale gums, being lethargic (RED FLAG!) and not wanting to play (what dog doesn’t want to have the attention of their dog parent and play) something is definitely not right.
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Anonymous answered
Dry if its not helthey but wet if its helther
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Anonymous answered
I don't think it matters but they have a wet nose so they can smell better

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