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Can you please post a picture of both the eye and the nostril?Does it appear that the nostril is occluded? If so, by what?
Can you please post a picture of both the eye and the nostril?
It would be a good idea to have the nose and eyes examined. There is a possibility that something could be lodged in the nostril because the other one is not affected. A veterinarian may be able to use an otoscope to look up the nostril to see if there is an abnormality. Alternately, you may wish to try some saline nasal drops on that side to see if it helps with the congestion and even some antihistamines to see if there may be an allergic factor present causing not only the eyes to bed red but for the nose to become crusty and occluded. My personal preference is Zytec and you can find the dosage here: http://cheyennewest.com/antihistamines-for-dogs-cats/
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