Reverse Sneezing in Dogs


 facts about reverse sneezing in dogs, including what it is, why it happens, and how to treat it.


Reverse sneezing is caused by a spasm of the soft palate, which is the tissue that hangs down from the roof of the mouth.


The symptoms of reverse sneezing include:A loud, honking sound,Difficulty breathing,Coughing.


 There is no specific treatment for reverse sneezing. However, there are a few things you can do to help your dog:Hold your dog's head upright and stroke their throat.


There is no sure way to prevent reverse sneezing. However, you can reduce your dog's risk by:Avoiding dust and pollen,Keeping your dog's nose clean and moist.


 You should see a vet if your dog's reverse sneezing:Lasts longer than a few minutes,Is accompanied by other symptoms, such as coughing or gagging.


 Reverse sneezing is a common and harmless condition in dogs. If your dog experiences reverse sneezing, there is no need to panic.

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