Online Resource My
Best Bark Helps You
Safely Clear Your Pup's
Have you ever come home from walking your dog along the beach and
noticed they were pawing at their snout and sneezing more than usual?
These are signs your dog inhaled allergens or other particles that are
blocking his nose.
According to online resource
My Best Bark, the fix is
If you own a dog you think of your pup like a little kid and will do
whatever it takes to make sure they're always healthy and happy.
With the release of its report, “Can You
Flush A Dog’s Nose with Saline?” My
Best Bark gives you tips on clearing
your dog's blocked nasal cavities in a
safe and natural manner.
Dogs can suffer stuffy noses in the same way people can. To help
clear these blockages you can apply the same type of saline
solution you'd use to unblock an infant's sinuses.
Saline solutions designed to
unblock nasal cavities are made
of water and .9 percent sodium
This compound mimics tears and is therefore a safe and natural
way of unplugging your dog’s blocked nostrils.
A saline flush breaks up
accumulated mucus, allergens,
and other bits of debris, and
moistens mucous membranes as
If your dog begins pawing its snout, has extra mucus around the
nasal area, or appears to be breathing through its mouth, they’re
likely suffering from congestion.
To ensure the solution is sprayed
directly into the cavity quickly and
efficiently, you're advised to keep
your dog calm, yet firmly under your
If your dog feels afraid or strongly resists the treatment, don't
continue and contact your veterinarian instead.
With the release of their report "Can
You Flush A Dog's Nose with Saline?"
My Best Bark helps you keep your pup
healthy and breathing easily without
turning to medications.