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    Hi! My dog's nose is bleeding
    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!
    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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