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Can you send me a picture of Dallas's nose so i can see what is going on?
How long has this been going on?
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Or i can send you my email if that is not working
let me know when you send it so i can keep checking my email
I will keep an eye out for it. Has not shown up yet
Hmm still not here. I keep refreshing my email.
Try sending it one more time.***@******.***
OK got it the picture
That looks like a condition called hyperkeratosis where the skin cells on the nose over multiple too soon and disrupt the normal skin renewal process.
I will usually send home this produce to be applied once to twice a day for a few weeks then recheck.
If it is not improving in a week he will need to see your regular veterinarian to make sure this is not an autoimmune condition which can also sometimes look like this.
Adding in omega 3 supplements also help it from coming back once it has been treated.
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