If your dog has a runny nose, it may be nothing to worry about.

The activity of K9 Nose Work is designed to be accessible to virtually any dog, including dogs...
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Nose Bleed can be an expensive treatment in dogs and can range from $200.00 to $15000.00 depending on the cost of living and severity of your Dog's nose bleed. On average, the national cost of treating nose bleed in dogs is $1500.00.
Some dogs are more prone to have a runny nose:
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Q: My 1-year-old ‘s nose has been very dry on the outside for about one week. Is this a reason for me to worry? I always heard a dog’s dry nose could mean he is sick. It really depends on what is causing your dog´s runny nose.
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It presents you with a pretty simple puzzle to solve. You zoom in on the dog’s nose to reveal a tiny message. This message tells you to look somewhere else in the picture, which directs you to a third spot that says something like “Hooray, you’re great and pretty!” It’s pretty much for adults—only simpler. So the best use of their incredible noses probably isn’t to have them waiting in labs to sniff out cancer. Instead, their potential is in bio-inspiring the engineering of electronic and robotic chemical-detection machines. Around the world, multidisciplinary teams are working to invent technologies powered by the evolutionary wisdom of the dog’s nose but with the predictability and scalability (and low emotional affect) of a robot.Equipped with a dog’s nose, however, your experience of the world would be completely different. Dogs’ senses of smell—tens of thousands of times more acute than ours—give them a sensual experience as vibrant and full of information and nuance as what we get through our eyes.As mentioned, a Dudley nose is a flesh-colored nose, which differs from the usual solid black pigmentation seen on the noses of most dog breeds.When it comes to dog noses, they can be colored in many different ways, the most common being black, but once in a blue moon you may stumble on what is called a Dudley nose. What exactly is a Dudley nose? The American Kennel Club glossary informs us that a Dudley nose in dogs is simply a flesh-colored nose. This Dudley nose definition though doesn’t tell us much about what causes a Dudley nose in dogs and whether it’s a problem or not. It’s interesting therefore discovering more about why a dog’s nose would appear flesh-colored in the first place.A Dudley nose in dogs should not be confused with the term “winter nose” or “snow nose.” In the case of snow nose or winter nose, the loss of pigmentation is, as the name implies, seasonal, therefore causing a temporary change that takes place in the winter.If you were to look at the usage of this term in many dog breed standards, you would soon notice that it’s often listed as a fault. In some breeds the presence of a Dudley nose is considered a serious fault and in some others it can even be means for disqualification!Turns out, for a very good reason a solid black nose is the default color seen in most dogs. Nasal pigmentation is ultimately what protects the dog’s nose from sunburn and potential skin cancer. Generally, the darker the nose, the better UV protection.