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      red spot on upper lip/nose

      always something...chili woke up with red spot under nose/upper lip and has been sneezing, runny nose, not eating and a few times seemed to be coughing/trouble breathing...right now just resting by my side. tried googling but answers all over the place. just gave him some chicken soup and he gobbled it up.

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      If it weren't for the other symptoms, I'd guess the start of a wart or some such, or perhaps a plastic allergy.

      With the other stuff, I'm guessing he got bitten by something.
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      LOL, I don't think chicken soup works for dogs, but I am sure he was really happy for the treat!

      He could be starting up with a respiratory issue. Can you get his temp taken?

      My guess the red bump isn't related. ???

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      when my wife gets home from work I can try the temp reading.

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      temp i got was 96....seems low. wonder if it could be a burn blister?

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      96 is low for a dog. Normal rectal temp should be approx 100 to 102. With the low temp and the symptoms you described such as not eating and trouble breathing, get him to a vet asap. Thats way to much going on at one time

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      think he might have gotten insect bite in backyard or allergic to something in back yard...probably take to vet if doesnt clear up or gets worse.

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      Quote Originally Posted by JenC View Post
      LOL, I don't think chicken soup works for dogs, but I am sure he was really happy for the treat!

      He could be starting up with a respiratory issue. Can you get his temp taken?

      My guess the red bump isn't related. ???
      It might. It might work. The chicken soup. Does chicken soup really help fight a cold? - CNN

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      chili red spot seems to be healing on its own...no more coughing sneezing....must of been bug bite, but keeping eye on it.

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