My Golden Retriever Gets Nose Bleeds

Does your Golden Retriever get occasional nose bleeds? If so, call your vet right away and inform him of this problem. Nose bleeds are not that common in dogs and should be taken seriously. Your vet will need to examine your Golden to determine a cause and a way to stop the bleeding if it’s still occurring. In some cases, a dog may have coagulopathy, which is when the blood doesn’t clot as it should. This can cause a simple nose bleed from a bruise or bump to the nose to last much longer than normal. It also requires assistance to stop it. In rare and more severe cases, a nose bleed could be a symptom of cancer, leukemia or other illnesses. You won’t know until your vet Ellicott City, MD takes a look. Don’t panic, just call your vet and let him make a diagnosis.

My Golden Retriever Gets Nose Bleeds

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