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I have worked out an answer for you below ...
Nose bleed is something which you see now and again in the dog, of course it is not a disease in itself but is a sign of a disease so I will give you my list of possible conditions which I would consider when first being present with such cases ...
1. Bleeding disorders including inherited diseases and toxins such as rat poison.
2. Nasal infections including bacterial and fungal infections.
3. Foreign objects such as grass awns lodged in the nasal cavity.
4. Nasal cancers.
6. High blood pressure and other generalised diseases.
7. Rare parasites of the nasal cavity where dogs are few a raw meat diet.
What to do in your case : In a young dog like Alex this sort of symptom where it is only involving one nostril is usually caused by a foreign object such a grass awn which has somehow lodged in the nasal passage, if you can get to the vet fairly quickly then this can often be removed with an otoscope and a fine pair of forceps without too much trouble, although you cannot discount inherited bleeding disorders which can be diagnosed via blood tests etc.
The more serious condition such as nasal cancer and the others I mentioned are very rare indeed dogs under one year of age.
The bot***** *****ne? : If this condition recurs then have Alex checked over by your vet, unfortunately there is little you can hope to do on a home remedy basis ...
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