Dry dog noses can range from just a bit dry to more extreme dryness, like the noses above, called nasal hyperkeratosis. While not life-threatening, it's uncomfortable, unattractive, and can cause your dog stress.
Dry Dog Nose Causes
Environment (dry climate, dry winter air, etc.),
Nasal Hyperkeratosis causes nose tissue to grow uncontrollably, covering the nose in scab-like skin. Dogs with extreme body types are often at risk; extremely flat-faced, extremely big, extremely small, extremely bully, etc. Nasal Hyperkeratosis is a condition, which can't be cured. Nose Butter controls the symptoms, keeping your dog's nose in shape, but has to be used on a regular maintenance program. More dry dog nose info here.
How Nose Butter Works
Nose Butter is a thick, rich moisturizer that infuses the dry nose tissue with layers of all-natural butter and oils that work together to get and keep your dog's nose healthy. Use Nose Butter® 2-3x a day for 2-3 days or until their nose improves, then as needed for maintenance. Distract your dog to keep them from licking it off before it gets its work done. Distraction Tips here.
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