Why Is My Dogs Nose Turning Pink?

Answer

There are many meanings when your dogs nose turns pink. This could indicate that your dog has a medical condition. Also, this is part of the aging process for many dogs. You can find more information here: http://www.professorshouse.com/pets/dogs/why-is-dogs-nose-turning-pink.aspx
Q&A Related to "Why Is My Dogs Nose Turning Pink"
Some dogs noses are pink or get pink especially the light haired breeds, like a white husky etc. It can also be pink from rubbing it on the floor, but you should see signs of a brush
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There are three main causes for loss of nose pigmentation: seasonal changes, aging and a physical condition or illness. It's common for Labrador and golden retrievers and Siberian
http://www.ehow.com/about_6550852_dog_s-nose-chang...
It's likely hypopigmentation (also known as "snow nose" or "winter nose" Snow nose causes the nose to fade to brown in winter; normal color returns as summer approaches
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The most common cause of a fading nose is called "snow nose" or
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