Wet nose/dry nose/warm nose/cold nose: What does it all mean?

It’s a bit of a myth that your dog’s nose is going to warn you that he’s sick.  A healthy dog can have a wet, dry, warm, or cold nose at any given moment.  In fact, variability is quite normal.  … Continue reading →

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Why is My Dog Scooting?

Dogs have two glands just inside the anus on either side which are filled with a very foul-smelling material.  Small amounts of this material are normally released when your dog has a bowel movement or gets frightened or excited.  Some … Continue reading →

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