When a pet has a runny, stuffy or nose discharge, as long as it has a clear color is nothing to be concern about. However, if the discharge becomes chronic, is foul-smelling or turns yellowish-green, it could be a sign of various medical problems. Some of the most common issues that can cause nose discharge in pets include respiratory infections, allergies and blockages. Other causes of nose discharge in dogs and cats are distemper, tumors, polyps and fistula.
When adding a dog or cat to your family you want to make sure your pet is happy, healthy and protected. During its lifetime your pet is exposed to many illnesses and diseases and some breeds are affected by a congenital disease which is a condition existing at birth. At these moments when your pet is ill or maybe needs surgery, you want to be protected for the unexpected and high veterinarian costs.