General information on Nasal Polyps
Nasal Polyps are growths that create an enlargement of the gland that produces mucus. These types of growths are not cancerous but the will affect the dogs breathing.
Symptoms of Nasal Polyps
Symptoms of Nasal Polyps include bleeding and discharge from the nose. Airflow will be obstructed causing noisy breathing.
Treatments for Nasal Polyps
Your vet may need to do an endoscopy or an X-ray to determine if it is a polyp or a tumor. Surgical removal of the growth will be needed.
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