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Old 11-04-2011, 09:30 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Good article about the Reverse Sneeze

My beags have always been reverse sneezers. This article explains it pretty well:

Weird Dog Phenomenon: The Reverse Sneeze | Pets - Yahoo! Shine
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Boomer does this. Kinda freaky at first. I generaly plug his noes until he swallows and he is good.
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Lily has only done this a few times, but we took her somewhere for a weekend and she was doing it several times a day for longer times the whole time we were there. I was planning on taking her to the vet when we got back as it was getting really bad, but within a day of her being back home it stopped, so I am wondering if maybe she was just allergic to something there.
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Kath, she could have been. Or something in the grass/leaves etc were irritating her with all the sniffing. Vazzy likes to sniff and lick carpeting and she sometimes ends up with the reverse sneeze.
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I think my beagle sneezes too. But, I'm not sure if it is the reverse cough or kennel cough. How can you tell the difference? It almost sounds like he is choking.
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Reverse sneeze does sound like they are choking. I think kennel cough sounds more like the dog has something stuck in their throat, and like they are trying to cough it up. I find when my dog does the reverse sneeze it sounds like there is phlegm in her throat.
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Mixer doesn't go this too often so everytime she does it just about scares the bejeezus out of me. The poor thing looks at me when its done with a look of "what was that"?
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So that's what it's called! Lucy always reminds me of Felix on The Odd Couple when she does that. It's a weird "horking" sound.
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Reverse Sneezing in Dogs - Page 1

Should have a good video of it here.
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Hi,
For the most part, reverse sneezing is not a phenomenon of concern. If your pet appears to be uncomfortable because of the sneezing episodes or if you notice it occurring on a daily basis or several times per day, making a veterinary appointment to have your pet's health examined is definitely a very good idea.

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