What should I do if my dog keeps sneezing?
If you see either of these symptoms you should consult your vet. Occasionally a dog sneezing can be the sign of something more serious, including a tooth infection, or a tumour in their nasal passage. If you are concerned about your dog sneezing, take them to the vet for advice.
Why is my dog sneezing so much all of a sudden?
Dogs can sneeze due to irritants or foreign bodies inhaled into their noses. They will often sniff around and this is the body’s way to naturally expel them. They may also sneeze due to inhaled allergens such as grass and pollen. Dogs can also have nasal mites that can cause sneezing and sometimes nasal discharge.
Can sneezing be a sign of something serious?
Sneezing is caused by irritation to the mucous membranes of the nose or throat. It can be very bothersome, but is rarely a sign of a serious problem.
Is sneezing a sign of stress in dogs?
Breath and Vocalizing: Coughing and/or Sneezing: Like yawning, blinking, and panting, coughing and sneezing are the body’s way of releasing pent-up stress or confusion in an unfamiliar situation.