Does Your Alaskan Malamute Have a Rough, Dry Nose?
The Alaskan Malamute, like their Husky cousin, has a tendency toward a dry or crusty nose. Occasionally Malamutes have Nasal Hyperkeratosis, an extremely dry nose condition, where tissue grows uncontrollably covering the entire nose in the crust. The Good News is Malamute Nose Butter works on all types of dry noses.
Alaskan Malamute Noses Are Built For Cold
Dogs have highly developed nasal turbinates, an elaborate set of bone and soft-tissue structures, that allow for great to be exchanged between the small arteries and veins inside the nose. This complex turbinate structure conserves water in cold, arid environments. This is what has allowed dogs to follow man info harsh, cold parts of the world, when other mammals, who lacked this structure, to do so.
A dry or crusty nose prevents your Mal from sniffing out the info he knows is floating in the air around him. A dry nose does not capture the scent particles properly. This causes stress, frustration, and even a feeling of overall unease for your dog. Like we feel when we cannot get a cell phone signal in a sketchy neighborhood with the gas needle on E.
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