Unusual doggie sneezesEmma Kapotes/Rd.com, iStock
Like humans, dogs sneeze clear nasal discharge when they have allergies. However, if the mucus is gray and cloudy, thick and green, or bloody, there’s cause for concern. Your pet could have a fungal infection or nasal cancer. Your vet will likely perform an x-ray or CT scan to confirm the diagnosis.
Your dog’s aggression surprises youEmma Kapotes/Rd.com, iStock
Any other day, your dog is polite and well-behaved. But today, he’s snarling and growling, even at people he knows. What happened? Unprecedented aggression could be a sign of hypothyroidism, seizures, or brain diseases. Your dog could also be in severe pain, acting aggressive to keep people from touching him. All of these potential causes require an urgent visit to your vet. It’s also important to know these warning signs of cancer in dogs.