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post #1 of 19 (permalink) Old 07-21-2008, 02:20 PM Thread Starter
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Does any one have this problem

Mollie sneezes all the time. She sneezes when she is upset and when I brush her hair. Lately we just lightly touch her hair and she sneezes. I feel really bad the other day she sneezed and bumped her jaw on our wooden floor (ouch).

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My Beamer does the sneezing thing when he is really excited.. which is all the time.. lol

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That good to know lol I started feeling she was allergic to us

it is the funniest thing to see.

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Sneezing is something they do when excited and wanting to play. Is it all the time like that? Have you looked in her nose? Coudl she have something in there? Here in CA we get nasty foxtails (weed) and they can get in your dogs nose and are very dangerous and requiire a trip to the vet. I hope it's just excitement!
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If this is persistent I would get a vet to check it out.

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reverse sneezing

My dogs do it when they want something. Or when excited. Or when they drink their water too fast.

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Is this a normal sneeze or a reverse sneeze? There is a big difference.

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I've just noticed the last few days that Roxie sneezes when we get her leash and say "let's go for a walk",... she spins round and round, gives a few sneezes and runs to the door and just smiles. It's so cute!

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Is this a normal sneeze or a reverse sneeze? There is a big difference.
what is a reverse sneeze?

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What is the difference between a normal sneeze and reverse sneeze? I mean... I know how they look and sound different... but should you be more concerned about a certain one? My mini poodle (6 months) does the reverse sneeze all the time! I feel so bad for him because it sounds terrible... should I be worried?
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