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PostSubject: Cleaning a dogs nostril   Cleaning a dogs nostril EmptyWed Dec 25, 2013 2:51 pm

Our 14 year 10 month old Husky Denali is breathing very raspy. I noticed that her nostrils are clogged with what looks like dried blood. She had a very rough night last night constantly crying out but finally settled down around 4am. We have an appointment with her vet tomorrow and the emergency vet is closed today for Christmas so our options are limited. Is there anyway we can clean them out without hurting her? I tried googling it but didn't get any good answers. Thanks.
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