7 Causes That Make White Spots On A Dog's Nose
1. Dog Pimples
Folliculitis, which is hair follicles growing through the skin and Furunculosis which is an infection of the inflamed area that generally becomes painful and filled with white pus.
Vitiligo stands for a condition in which the dog’s skin loses its pigment. Vitiligo can present itself as generalized vitiligo or focal vitiligo.
3. Discoid Lupus Erythematosus
DLE is an aggressive and invasive disease that makes the immune system not recognize the cells that are part of the dog’s body. It causes scabbing and lesions, followed by hair loss.
4. Nasal Hyperkeratosis
Excess keratin forms the building blocks of the epidermis. The crusty skin can create a thick layer of hardened dead tissue on top of the affected area’s epidermis.
5. Kennel Nose
Leftover food can sometimes get stuck in the bowl, and where there is food there will be bacteria. Your dog’s unsuspecting nose will get wet and collect some water bowl pathogens that can cause kennel nose.
6. Abrasion Injury
Whether the dog loves popping its head through the crate holes or is a little bit eager and clumsy, abrasion can cause injury to a dog’s nose.
7. Pemphigus Foliaceus
Pemphigus foliaceus is an autoimmune disease that can be triggered by the genetics of the dog or external factors. It forms very painful and fragile blisters on the dog's nose.