Nosebleeds

Nosebleeds? Bella’s Nasal Cancer

Dogs don’t get nose bleeds as commonly as people do. A nosebleed in a dog is a reason for concern. The potential reasons why your dog’s nose might bleed are clotting problems, foreign bodies, severe dental disease, rare fungal infection, but most importantly (and, sadly, most commonly) a tumor. As Roxanne of Champion of My Heart puts is, “Assume all…

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Indianapolis Vet On The Nose Bleeds Nightmare

by Dr. Greg Magnusson, DVM Generally speaking, dogs don’t get nose bleeds as often as people do.  Bumps on the dog nose do very little internal damage, and injury-related bleeds are super uncommon. So when a dog’s nose starts dripping blood, there is often cause for concern. The worst part about nose bleeds in dogs though, isn’t the various and…

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