When Your Dog’s Nose Is Your Business

The term “snout” is synonymous with the furry friend who loves to sit on your lap and sniff.

Now, some scientists have a theory that your dog’s nose is actually your business.

When your dog has a nose full of tasty, snuggly sponge cake, your pup will love every bit of it, a new study finds.

The study, published in the Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, suggests that the nose has a critical role in the digestion of a sponge cake.

But, it also indicates that dogs’ noses may not always be as clean as they’re portrayed in popular culture.

According to the study, dogs’ nares are also a bit more sensitive than people’s, with a higher risk of infection when ingested.

But it’s a small risk, compared to what other pets might face.

“We know that we’re going to get a little bit of snout damage,” said Dr. John Davenport, professor of veterinary medicine at the University of California, Davis.

“That’s a fairly common problem.”

So, how do you prevent it from happening to your dog?

“A dog that has a good, healthy nose is probably going to be fine,” said Davenmont, who was not involved in the study.

“A healthy nose that is compromised can make it difficult for a dog to digest a lot of stuff.”

Here are the top 10 signs of your dog getting a nose problem: Nose is swollen, swollen, and red.