Finding out the cause of mucus, congestion and a runny nose in a dog is essential if you are going to give the correct treatment to your dog. A chronic nasal discharge can be caused by a number of different problems, and while I don’t think most of these are going to be a concern in this dog, it’s worth running through the causes of a long standing nasal discharge.
Causes of a Runny Nose in Dogs include: Fungal infection, Something stuck up the nose, Cancer, Allergies, Viral infections (not a long term problem in dogs).

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