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"Canine Nose bleeding is usually a sign of another disorder. In most cases a bleeding dog nose is caused by a fungal infection or or cancer such as a canine nose tumor. It can also be caused by excessive sneezing, which will result in a temporary condition. It can also be caused by your dog's environment including pollution from smoking or poor air quality, an object in your dog's nose, a blood clot or bacterial infection."
Originally posted by alphaskunk
reply to post by Misoir
WTF is wrong with people asking ATS members their opinions when they should go to the vet. Sorry dude but it's been 3 thread this week about dogs being sick.