my english bulldog has a dry rough wartlike layer on the top of his nose. What is it?
he has had it for a while now. the vet didn't seem very concerned but it just looks and feels bad. my lab doesn't have it. I have never picked at it. If you know what it is can you tell me how to get it to go away.
my bulldog has it also and i started her on a vitamin called brewers yeast which was recommended. i will let you know if it works, just started it today
try putting vaseline on his nose once a day, daily. Bulldogs lick their nose a lot causing it to dry out or "chap", the vaseline should help keep his nose moist and soft. It won't take much, and to start with you may want to apply in a.m. and p.m. until it starts to absorb a little moisture.
by lougee 8 years ago
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