- Strong Bacterial Infection Could Be Dog Nasal Infection
Strong Bacterial Infection Could Be Dog Nasal Infection
Superficial Dog Nose Infection Mucocutaneous on a Rottweiler dog
I have a 7 year old Vizsla in excellent health. Recently there has been lots of snorting and some dog sneezing. But most notably a strong smell to his head. His ears do NOT smell, seems to come from his snout-eyes and, maybe a little breath.
Vet Suggestion Dog Nasal Infection>/b>
I can’t diagnose your dog’s condition without first examining him, but based on your description of his symptoms, I worry that he may have an infection in his nasal passages.
In most cases, nasal infections develop secondarily to another condition (e.g., foreign material lodged in the nose or a tumor).
I strongly recommend you bring your Vizsla in to your veterinarian for diagnosis and appropriate treatment.
Jennifer Coates, DVM