Snow nose causes a dog's nose to lighten in color during winter months.
Cold weather can cause a temporary loss of pigment in some dogs' noses.
It frequently occurs in sled dogs and dogs with light-colored noses.
Common in Certain Breeds
The nose will usually regain pigment and darken when summer returns.
Returns to Normal
Snow nose is a cosmetic condition that does not harm dogs.
No Health Risks
Dogs who get it one winter often experience it recurring annually.
Snow nose in dogs doesn't require medical treatment.
No Treatment Needed