My Dog Has the Sniffles?


If your dog has the sniffles, there could be several things going on. The first thing is your dog might be suffering from allergies. This is the most common reason for a dog to have the sniffles. If your dog appears to have an infection, then this could also cause him to have the sniffles. If your dog was outside in an area where he could have gotten into something, then he could be reacting to inhalation of a substance, a bee sting, or an obstruction of the nasal passage. He could also be suffering from a cold or kennel cough is the dog was recently around a lot of other dogs that could have been ill.
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