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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Cats usually sneeze for the same reasons we do, to get something out of their nasal passages. If it continues to be an extreme, it could be allergies or sign of a respiratory infection
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Sometimes they could have something lodged up their nasal hole. Or has it eaten any
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A dog's nasal tissues are well supplied with blood vessels. They can also be sensitive, and can bleed easily from trauma or damage to the interior of the nose. If a dog is sneezing
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She could have a foxtail or other foreign body up her nose which could be quite serious. Were I you, I would have a vet take a look.
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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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