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Hi! My dog's nose is bleeding
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ven1234 posted:
and she's pregnant for 3 months. So then, we put her chains out of her neck and we let her to walk around outside our house.Please advise us.
We are going to vet tomorrow.Thank you!
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AMERICAN VETERINARY MEDICAL ASSOCIATION
Sandy Willis, DVM, DACVIM responded:
Sorry for the delay in getting back to you and I hope you were able to get some answers from your veterinarian. Bleeding of any type is an emergency, whether due to rat poison ingestion, trauma, immune-mediated disease. Always call and/or see your veterinarian immediately because sometimes the bleeding that is most severe, we can't see: lungs or abdomen. And we need to catch it early. Dr. Sandy


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