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Jersey burned her nose. On Wednesday, I noticed that she had this red spot right where her nose and hairline meet on her muzzle (does that make sense??). Yesterday it started to peel. On Tuesday I made her homemade pumpkin biscuits. I think she may have been sniffing at them while they were cooling on the cookie sheets on top of the stove and burned herself? It's the only thing I can think of. It doesn't seem to have bothered her. Never a boring day with a Beagle in the house... :freak:
 

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Ouch! Poor Jersey! If you have some Vitamin E (or cocoa butter)cream or some hand lotion with Vitamin E in it, you could rub some of this on the area that is peeling. Homemade pumpkin biscuits sound yummy -- they will make her forget her injury really quickly!
 

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Poor Jersey!

Abby has come close to burning her nose when I cook bacon, but luckily hasn't burned herself.

You could try Aloe Vera on her nose burn too.
 

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Poor Jersey. These things happen. Do you have burn jelly in the house? If not maybe a quick trip to the vet to make sure.
 

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I think my kitten burned her nose too. She had been sneezing, but was not sick so I thought she had allergies. The other day I noticed her nose was crusty so I dampened a tissue to clean her up. When I got most of the crusties off it looked like it had been burnt. I have no idea how it happened. I do have a gas stove, but didn’t think she could get behind it. It had been cold last week & I ran a portable heater. I guess she could have smelled the front of it. :rolleyes: Kids.
 

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Poor Jersey! Our silly beagles will stop at nothing to smell something or even to sneak a bite! /forums/images/%%GRAEMLIN_URL%%/smile.gif I hope it heals quickly.
 

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Today all the peeling is gone. You'd never even know there was a problem. I hope that she's learned her lesson though. No more burned noses! I doubt it...I'm sure she'll be up and sniffing the next batch I bake. :nono5:
 

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they can just be so impatient sometimes .....a little burn on the nose ... a small price to pay for a delicious treat !!!
 

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I've often wondered what keeps the beagles from burning their noses when they swoop in to investigate whatever we are cooking... now I know it is just luck that they haven't done it yet!

Glad to hear that Jersey's nose is healing well.
 

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They do learn their lessons but sometimes they pretend to forget them when there is food, especially yummy food, around. Jersey might be poking her nose into something yummy that you make again. Pumkpin biscuits? I've never tried that, but I'm sure they must be delicious. My stomach is growling just thinking about them. /forums/images/%%GRAEMLIN_URL%%/laugh.gif
 

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Poor Jersey...I worry about the over when I open it, especially when I have baked bones. Brandy is not so bad, but Cecil wants to be involved. So far nothing bad. We try to use the work "hot" like when we keep them away from "ants" and "sandspurs". I think they understand these words. Cecil and Brandy both know what "hot" is because they have felt the heat in the oven. They know the other two words from experience and walk around areas when we say ants or sandspurs, so maybe because I say "hot" Cecil, she backs away. Repetition and more repetition...that's all I have found that works.
 
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