If your small dog has grass in its nose, the best thing to do is to remain calm and try to remove it as gently as possible.
Use tweezers or a pair of scissors to carefully remove the grass from your dog’s nose.
If the grass is stuck deep in the nasal passages, you may need to take your pet to the vet for assistance.
In the meantime, try not to let your dog run around in the grass until the problem is resolved.
This cat was admitted for investigation after coughing and retching, she would always run out of the house playing by herself on the backyard and she showed signs of fatigue and coughs alot, the owner took her to the vet then.
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