Nose bleeds

(4 Posts)
Floralnomad Mon 01-Apr-13 22:40:36

Funny you should say that because by the time we'd walked home the only evidence of blood was on his beard ,where everything gets stuck . When I told my son he said perhaps he'd found a murdered corpse whilst rummaging in the hedgerows ! I bloody hope it wasn't . I'm going to see if it happens again and then follow up if necessary , he seems perfectly normal .

Mandytm Mon 01-Apr-13 20:37:53

Mine had a sinus infection a couple of years ago. He didn't have a runny nose at all but he sneezed and it seemed to explode with blood, splattering the kitchen floor and wall. I took him to the vet, they gave him antibiotics and it cleared up in a couple of days.

Are you sure it was his blood on his nose?

I think the first stop is the vet whatever the cause is.

Lonecatwithkitten Mon 01-Apr-13 17:24:29

There are several different causes of nosebleeds in dogs and they do need a good investigation. Investigation is likely to involve bloods, x-rays, looking up the nose and also involve flushing and even MRIs. Without investigations it is impossible to treat appropriately.

Floralnomad Mon 01-Apr-13 15:26:11

Can dogs have nose bleeds and if so what generally causes them . My dog just came back with his ball on the field and his face was blood spattered. Having bought him home and cleaned him up I can't find anything in his mouth /tongue /lips and when he came to me on the field he had a blob of blood on the end of his nose. There is no sign of blood up his nose now and he seems fine in himself .

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