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Dog Health Symptom: Sneezing

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Bordetella Bronchiseptica

Bordetella bronchiseptica bacteria are frequently found in dogs with the kennel cough complex and other respiratory diseases....

Canine Atopy

Atopic dermatitis is a disease in which there is an inherited tendency to develop IgE antibodies in response to exposure to allergens that are inhaled or a...

Foreign object in nose

Dogs who spend time outside often get foreign objects stuck in their noses. This is especially true of hunting breeds, who have longer muzzles and keep the...

Nasal Discharge

A runny nose indicates an irritant in the nasal passages. Because irritants also produce sneezing, these two signs tend to occur together....

Nasal Mites

Nasal Mites (Pneumonyssiodes Caninum) can cause sneezing, coughing, and head shaking in infested dogs. These uncommon mites are spread directly from dog to...

Nasal Polups and Tumors

A polyp is a growth that begins as an enlargement of one of the mucous glands in the nose. It looks something like a cherry on a stalk. It is not cancer. ...

Nosebleeds

Nosebleeds in cats and dogs aren't common, but when they do happen, they are usually a result of some type of blunt trauma like being struck by a car. Some...

Oral-Nasal Fistula

In this condition, food and water regurgitate out of the nose when the dog eats and drinks....

Rhinitis and Sinusitis

The frontal and maxillary sinuses are extensions of the nasal cavity and are lined by a mucous membrane similar to the one that lines the nose. Accordingly...

Sneezing

Sneezing is an important early sign of nasal irritation. Occasional sneezing is normal, but if the sneezing is violent, uninterrupted, or accompanied by a ...