Reverse sneezing, a common canine respiratory phenomenon. Understand its causes and how it affects your dog.
Reverse sneezing is a harmless reflex. It occurs due to irritation in the throat or soft palate and is not typically a cause for concern.
Triggers like excitement, pollen, dust, or sudden temperature changes can induce reverse sneezing. Recognize these situations to help your dog.
Reverse sneezing produces a distinctive snorting sound. It can be alarming, but understanding the cause can ease your worries.
Limit exposure to triggers, maintain indoor air quality, and keep your dog's environment clean to help reduce the occurrence of reverse sneezing.
During a reverse sneezing episode, stay calm. Gently massage your dog's throat or offer water to soothe irritation.
Most reverse sneezing episodes are harmless. However, if they become frequent, worsen, or are accompanied by other symptoms, consult a vet.