Why Is My Dog Sneezing so Much?

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According to veterinarians, a sneezing dog can be a symptom of allergy or sinus infection. It can also be a sign of polyp or tumour and which should be addressed as soon as possible. Normally, healthy dogs have cool, moist noses.
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Reverse sneezing, or inspiratory paroxysmal respiration, is common in dogs. Any breed or size dog can develop it, although smaller dogs seem to be more susceptible. Dust or allergens
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Same reason you do, irritation in the nose.
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Sometimes they could have something lodged up their nasal hole. Or has it eaten any
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The same reason why every voice is different: shape of mouth vocal chords, etc. But being shy has to do with it to. Character, some people don't care how much noise they make. Some
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If your dog is sneezing so much it could be it came in contact with a respiratory infection and membranes are inflamed. Another reason is that a foreign particle may have entered the nostrils thus causing the dog to sneeze. You can find more information here: http://www.dog-pictures.co.uk/dog-care-articles/why_is_my_dog_sneezing.shtml
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