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    Dogs and humans are different. The sensitivity of the nose is many times more sensitive than ours. We can’t smell some very subtle smell, but dogs can smell it. When some dogs smell something very irritating, they may have runny nose, not necessarily a cold. Is it a cold for Border Collies to have a runny nose?

    Because the nose of the Border Collie is very sensitive, it is many times more sensitive than that of human beings. A little smell will make its nose snort. Especially in the morning, if the Border Collie is always snorting, you can see something like snot around the nose, and at the same time, it will continue to extend its tongue to lick. These are the manifestations of the Border Collie’s throbbing. At this time, the owner can observe the border collie more. If he finds that his nose is still wet, it means that there is no big problem and he doesn’t need to worry too much.

    But some dogs may not only have runny noses, but also fade. In fact, it is likely that they are allergic to the plastic rice bowl. If they contact this rice bowl for a long time, it will cause contact dermatitis, which will eventually fade the nose of the border collie. In addition, the lips may also swell. At this time, it is better to replace them The effect of stainless steel is much better. If the Border Collie is snorting, there is runny nose or thick secretion, which is likely to be cold, fever, pneumonia and other diseases, it should be taken to the hospital in time for treatment. If the nose is dry, it may also be sick. At this time, it is likely to be dog plague. You should take it to the hospital in time to check, so as not to delay the illness.

    When you need to take the border collie to the hospital, you must go to the hospital in time. If it’s a normal cold or allergy, it’s OK. In case of dog plague or other serious diseases, treatment will be delayed. The consequences are very serious.

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