Dry Nose Remedies for a Healthy Pet!

| Modified on Oct 13, 2016
Coconut Oil
Posted by Toni (Indianapolis, In) on 07/14/2013
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Virgin Coconut oil also seems to help the nose issue. It is antibacterial, antiviral and antifungal as well. My 13 year old boxer has a very dry nose and the coconut oil seems to help so long as the other dogs do not lick it off. Hope this helps. (He doesn't like the application process, I usually have to straddle him and make it happen, he is not willing, yet he does act as though he gets relief from the treatment) I also feed him a spoonful a couple of times a week for his coat, and all around health.

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Posted by Sunny April (Santa Fe, Nm) on 03/14/2012

Where can I purchase a bagbalm? My little dog has a crusty nose and it's getting red around her nostrils. Thanks for any info. or help. S.A.

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Posted by Mary (Regina, Saskchewan) on 05/22/2010

Dear Phyllis:

Thank you so much for your response. I tried it immediately! I will post back on how it works! Thanks again.

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Posted by Phyllis (High Point, North Carolina) on 05/17/2010

bagbalm - just rub it on the nose a couple times a day...worked for my cocker spaniel

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Posted by Mary (Regina, Saskchewan) on 05/02/2010
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Hi All:

my little minature pincher has developed severe dry nose. I have given her salmon oil, coconut oil, olive oil some buter. I give these to her with her raw diet andsome digestive enzyme. Have applied coconut oil, she just licks it off. Does anyone have any experience with this problem? I will have to bring her to the vet soon but do not want her to take any sort of harmful medication or topical product.
Thanks in advance!