dog’s nose wearing off!

My little dog who is 15 now has this happening also for about the past year or so. So bizarre! He doesnt do anything to create this and it doesnt seem to bother him. It looks as though he drags it on the cement driveway. Lol (No sores or discoloration)
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Re: Gagging after drinking water

On Friday, January 28, 2000 at 2:00:00 AM UTC-6, CCDOX wrote:
> My dog sometimes gags after drinking water. Does anyone else’s dog do this?
> Does anyone know why this would happen? I am not assuming that it is a major
> problem or indication of sickness (one of the few times I have not run to the
> vet when my baby does something out of the ordinary!) – I hope I am correct in
> this assumption!
> Thank you for your responses/insights.
> Dorothy and C.C., a very spoiled dachshund My Rottie is gagging every time she drinks water, and she is getting worse. she is 4 yrs. she use to eat blankets and sheets when she was a puppy, and I am wondering if she hurt her throat. She wants me to rub her throat when she has a really bad spell, this is not normal, she looks like she has small round growth in her throat, but not sure. have taken her to 3 vets,with no answers.
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Re: Gagging after drinking water

On Friday, January 28, 2000 at 2:00:00 AM UTC-6, CCDOX wrote:
> My dog sometimes gags after drinking water. Does anyone else’s dog do this?
> Does anyone know why this would happen? I am not assuming that it is a major
> problem or indication of sickness (one of the few times I have not run to the
> vet when my baby does something out of the ordinary!) – I hope I am correct in
> this assumption!
> Thank you for your responses/insights.
> Dorothy and C.C., a very spoiled dachshund

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