What causes a dog’s nose to turn pink?
My dog’s nose is turning pink. He drinks from a stainless steel bowl and eats from a ceramic bowl. I got him from a breeder, and both parents have great black noses.
There are numerous conditions that can cause loss of pigment in a dog’s nose. Allergies, infections, and immune mediated diseases are the three big groups that could commonly be involved. The best thing to do is to have a thorough physical exam to find out what’s behind the change.
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