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Runny eyes or nose

dog runny eyes or nose

Sneezing, panting, runny eyes and nose or other flu-like symptoms may be signs of respiratory problems, as are gasping or shortness of breath. dogs can be allergic to pollens, foods, drugs, mites, spores, and chemicals. They can even be allergic to human dander (our shed skin). A dog's allergy symptoms don't stop at a runny nose.

They can also include sneezing, coughing, itchiness, nosebleeds, eye discharge, and breathing problems.A healthy dog may have a mild runny nose occasionally with no cause for alarm, but chronic or severe nasal discharge could indicate serious health issues. A mild runny nose is characterised by small amounts of watery discharge, may be accompanied by sneezing, and can be a sign of nervousness.

However, a severe runny nose may persist with discharge that is thicker, a colour other than clear, and may contain blood or pus. A runny nose is characterised by nasal discharge that may range from watery to thick and may contain blood or pus. Upper respiratory organs produce nasal discharge.