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Old May 4th 19, 03:54 PM posted to rec.pets.dogs.health
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Hi Debra,

Hyperkeratosis presents a disease that can affect both nose and paws. It occurs when a dogs body produces too much keratin. Keratin is a structural protein of everyone’s body and is meritorious for hair production. Hyperkeratosis is followed by ugly-looking crusts on a dog’s nose and hair on its paw pads.

For more information about Hyperkeratosis, I recommend reading the article https://flora4pets.com/blogs/news/hy...og-how-to-cure.
There are also some suggestions for natural treatment.

For Nose Hyperkeratosis check Flora 4 Pets Natural Nose Healing Oil - https://flora4pets.com/collections/a...in-healing-oil

Br,
Florita








Dne petek, 01. oktober 2010 11.21.48 UTC+2 je oseba Debra Axelson napisala:
My four year old Lab developed this condition at about age 1. The Vet
suggested it may respond to the addition of Zinc suppliments, which I've
been giving since (50mgs daily). This past winter the nose has been far
worse, possibly aggrevated by 1. dog sleeping near heater. 2. dog
sticking head out of car window.
I put Vitamin E cream, paw paw ointment, and nappy rash cream, Bepanthen
on his nose, all of which he licks off.
His diet is excellent- Royal Canin for Labs, raw kangaroo mince, fruit
and vegies, raw meaty bones.
We are daily dog park attenders, so he gets plenty of exercise and
socialisation.

The paws did seem to respond to the Zinc and currently are not a
problem.
I would welcome any suggestions for treatment.
Thanks,
Debra




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