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English Mastiff has dry nose

Does Your Mastiff Have a Dry, Rough, or Crusty Nose?

Mastiffs are the regal kings of the dog world. Imposing, stately, brave, and massive, yes MASSIVE. Mastiff Factoid: For thousands of years Mastiffs were bred to guard and protect their people, whether their people were warriors, kings, or a family in a subdivision. Many years ago that gladiator fighting spirit was toned down to make today's Mastiff a true gentle giant. 

Unfortunately, like many giant breed dogs, Mastiffs often have a dry or even crusty nose. Mastiffs can also develop an extremely dry nose condition, Nasal Hyperkeratosis, in which the nose tissue grows uncontrollably and covers the nose in layers of scab-like crust. This has to be uncomfortable AND it is unattractive. The good news is Nose Butter handles all levels of Mastiff nose dryness. Nasal Hyperkeratosis seems to be a condition of extremes; extremely large, extremely small, extremely bully, extremely flat-faced. Most breeds that present with this condition more frequently are extreme in some manner. 

Nose Butter Moisturizing Goodness For Your Big Dog's Dry Nose

Nose Butter Scoop

These large and giant breeds are more prone to Nasal Hyperkeratosis.

You can see the Large Breeds with heavier heads, somewhat chunkier or shorter noses and more pendulous jowls are more prone to Nasal Hyperkeratosis.

In over 20 years we've had a scant few customers with many oif the larger Terriers request labels.

Bigger Bully Breeds

• American Bulldog
• American Staffordshire Terrier
• Boxer
• Bulldog
• Olde English Bulldoggee
• Staffordshire Bull Terrier

Giant/Large/MastiffBreeds

• Bernese Mountain Dog
• Bullmastiff
• Cane Corso
• Dogue de Bordeaux
• Fila Brasileiro
• Great Dane
• Great Pyrenees
• Leonberger
• Mastiff
• Neapolitan Mastiff
• Newfoundland
• St. Bernard
• Tibetan Mastiff

Note from Kathy: Some on the list are not what I consider Large or Giant, but then my Tili is 170#. I included Large-ish Breeds also.

#1 Tip - For quicker absorption warm Nose Butter prior to using
• To warm; stick in your pocket, bra, or scoop some out & warm in palm (see image)
• Open the tin or tube
• Gently control your dog's face (side of face or under their chin)
• Avoid head-locks - that's a trigger for many dogs
• Tag Team - have someone hold & you apply
• (Tin) Scoop a bit out appropriate to the size of your dog’s nose
• Dab it on their nose
• Rub it in a bit, you do not have to rub it in completely as it melts quickly, especially if warm
• Distract to keep them from licking or rubbing it off
• Repeat 2-3x a day for 1-3 days or until nose is back in shape
• Then use as needed for maintenance (usually 1-2x a week)

• Apply 2-3x a day (do your best)
• After 2-3 days of 2-3x daily usage, gently rub their nose with tissue and see if the crust crumbles off easily
• If it doesn't immediately crumble off without much effort, keep applying Nose Butter 2-3x a day and testing until it crumbles off
• It will look like greasy, black dirt
• One last caveat - Do NOT Pick! It will be tempting, but don't give in
• One more - TREATS!

The crusty stuff is actually skin and hurts your dog if you pick it off or at it. Plus, it's annoying to them and you want this to be as pleasant as it can be.

• Give a cookie or treat before, during and after Nose Butter application
• Shower your dog with cuddles, pets, repeat as needed
• Feed their dinner (with extra yummies)
• Play your dog's fave game
• Throw a ball - if that's their jam
• Go for a fun walk
• Pet them, lavish praise on them for their overall good dog-ness
• You know your dog better than anyone, find their hot button (why do I suddenly crave oatmeal raisin cookies?)
• TIP! Not only does something positive (like cookies) take their mind off having something done to them, they soon equate Nose Butter with treats.

Ouch! That burn is gonna leave a mark! It's not that your dog loathes Nose Butter (we sure hope not), but they probably DO hate being controlled while being held tightly.

A Hulk Hogan (oops, aged myself) WWE style head-lock is a huge trigger for most dogs. If possible, allow them to stand freely while you apply Nose Butter and be fast, a quick dab will do it.

Additionally, flatter-faced dogs will fight and struggle to protect their already compromised breathing.

This fear trigger of being held tightly may come from when they were puppies. Puppy play involves a lot of wrestling, holding each other down and play-fighting. It's not fun for dogs (or us) to have siblings pile on, hold us down and make us feel helpless while they tickle your feet. (I'm looking at my three sisters).

Stay relaxed and positive and be very generous with treats and your dog will soon enjoy, or tolerate, Nose Butter time.

The Bad News is there is no CURE for Nasal Hyperkeratosis, it is a condition and usually life-long.

Nose Butter can heal the dry nose, it doesn't cure the condition. Yes, it's semantics, but we believe in keeping expectations real.

If you stop using Nose Butter, the dryness and crust will probably come back.

The Good News is maintenance usage of Nose Butter keeps the Nasal Hyperkeratosis under control. Experiment a bit, your dog may need Nose Butter 1-2x a week for maintenance or daily.

As our dogs get older the frequency will rise. They will probably need daily applications as they get into senior years.

When our hands are really cracked and dry we apply lotion to get them in shape, but we can't slather lotion on our hands once and be moisturized for life.

Like cutting your dog's toenails...Nose Butter is part of their health care regimen.

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Customer Reviews

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Maria Lewis
Relief!

My dogs nose has been excessively cracked, dry, and in some spots peeling from whatever is happening. We had a bleeding issue that resulted in a emergency vet visit. Luckily, she had a cut in her nose where all the swelling was occurring. We have used the nose balm for three weeks and what an improvement. He nose is still dry but with the nose balm, the other issues have subsided. I can even apply the balm without incident any longer. I am thankful for this product. It has been a wonderful relief for our Aussie!

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Tak
It works

Great improvement after one week. Before and after pics

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Tak
It works

Before and then after one week

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Lewis Good
Great Stuff

The Vet told me Teddy had colly nose, thought I would try the Blissful Dog nose butter. After a few applications on his nose and snout & some sores on his ears they looked good, now I only apply the nose butter every couple of days. During this hot weather I noticed him nipping at himself which caused quite a few scabs and welts all over his body, I thought why not try the nose butter, I applied the nose butter to the scabs & sores, it helped decrease the itching and scabs, they are almost all gone by now.

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Brian Thomas
Works great

The nose butter really does work.

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Heather Philips
Miracle Remedy

My Saint Bernard's nose has been dry & cracked for years. Nose looked discolored from the dryness. ONE use and his nose was perfectly shiny black again! I was so shocked! He started getting a little dry (but no discoloration) 2 weeks later, so used one more time. I love the tube butter. It's easy to apply like a big chapstick for his nose. The paw butter tin is working great on the pads of his feet. Those were worse and taking a little longer since I haven't been consistent. HIGHLY RECOMMEND! I only wish I found this product sooner. I will never be without it again.

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Iain Watt
Better than I expected

This product is amazing Banjo’s nose was dry, crusty and cracking. He suffers from Collie Nose and was being treated with steroid drops. These worked but continued use is not recommended. Banjo lost his hair above his nose and also his brown pigmented nose turned pink.
After a few months using the Nose Butter his nose back to normal with the brown nose starting to return and the hair is coming back.
I would highly recommend this product.
Cheers Iain from Australia.

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Rob Godschall
It works!

The nose butter restored my golden retriever’s nose. It took closer to 2 weeks to achieve the results with applications of the butter two times per day. My only request is to find a container that offers improved-design and is easier to open and the seal. I will try the tube next time instead of the tin can with screw on/off threads.

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Jo Ann Clifford
THANK YOU FOR YOUR WONDERFUL PRODUCT--Golden Retriever Nose Butter

Dear Kathy,
Our 8 years old Golden, Molly, has suffered with a cracked raw nose for years. Our vet has tried several different antibiotics--some helped, but none completely took care of the problem. Recently, a friend told us about Nose Butter and when we found you online, we immediately ordered some. Wow, within a couple of days we could already see a change. We're so sorry we didn't take a picture of her nose before we started, but we'll send a picture when she finally has a beautiful nose again. By the way, within 2 days whenever she hears the hair dryer, she comes running! Hair dryer = nose butter = treats. Again, thank you for your wonderful nose butter. Bless you, Jo Clifford

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Laura R
Vizsla Nose Butter

My dog had such a dry nose put the nose butter on and almost immediately my dog's nose looked better!! My dog's nose looks a healthy color again and no longer looking dry.