Why does my dog sneeze so much



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Why does my dog sneeze so much?

I've been caring for my dog, a 2 year old chow mix, for a few months and his nose is extremely runny, it's not an allergy, it's like a cold and the runny nose never goes away.

My question is: what's causing the dog to sneeze more frequently than most other dogs do?

A few other facts about my dog:

* he's never had a cough or any other kind of cold, even once

* he eats a balanced diet (no food allergies)

* he's very active all day long (plays with other dogs all day, walks, swims, etc.)

* he's only ever had one round of shots, and he's healthy

* he only has allergies to flea and tick products, and they've been treated since the day he came home.

I just don't know what it is that causes him to sneeze so much. His nose is always running constantly.

If you find any other factors about my dog that would make his nose run, let me know, because I have no other symptoms of a cold or allergy.

He's sneezing a lot for no reason, and it's not a cough, as it doesn't produce any phlegm or mucus.

Any help would be greatly appreciated!

-Brianna

Comments (32)

I have to think a bit before I give an answer...my dogs were not sneezing a lot but that's because I am in the woods and away from the city and all my dogs are rescues. When my husband and I took in two puppies I did notice that one sneezed and the other one didn't for the first month or so. We did take the first puppy to the vet and after he saw that she had a parasite in her ear we found out that the other dog was sneezing to clear her ear out.

My dogs both also ate a lot of grass and dirt as puppies...they are now grown and eat a lot of raw vegetables and they have all but stopped sneezing.

I do believe that they can be prone to allergies because of how the parents feed them. The parents will eat a lot of dry food and give it to them to chew on as babies and this helps them get used to the idea that it's okay to swallow something that is not a natural food.

I have a Siberian Husky who sneezes every other breath. He has been tested for allergies, but was negative. We had him tested because we live in the country and he is prone to being outside a lot. He does have to be brushed several times a week and I can usually get him to drink water if he needs it, but other than that we do not know what's causing him to sneeze.

Well, my dog also sneezes a lot. I know that the only reason it happens is because of his environment. He is a very busy dog, and lives in a busy house. This could be the case for you. If you are always around him, and always have stuff around him, then your home will most likely be a place he's prone to sneezing. If you are at a friend's house or in a pet store, then that's the environment that is causing him to sneeze. It is something to look into.

This happens to a lot of dogs, but it could be that your dog has a very active lifestyle. This could be the case for your dog. If you are always around him, and always have stuff around him, then your home will most likely be a place he's prone to sneezing. If you are at a friend's house or in a pet store, then that's the environment that is causing him to sneeze. It is something to look into.

I used to have a dog that would never sneeze at all.

Then one day I was feeding her and she ate a bit too much.

She was about to sneeze when I asked her to, and did.

A few times a day it would happen.

Not sure if she still does, she is 4 now.

A lot of dogs that are prone to allergies and a high allergy index are prone to sneezing.

I know I am. I am allergic to cat, dog, mite and even the chemicals they use at the grocery store and my nose runs like a river.

My dog is also allergic to cat, mite and even chemicals from her shampoo and conditioner.

We have only been together for a few months but she hasn't sneezed in over a week. I wonder if it's because of me cleaning her fur for the first time in months or it's just in her nature to sneeze when I pick her up.

We have only been together for a few months but she hasn't sneezed in over a week. I wonder if it's because of me cleaning her fur for the first time in months or it's just in her nature to sneeze when I pick her up.

I have a friend who is a vet and she said that allergies in dogs are caused by bacteria in their nasal cavity. When I'm around her dog, I get a runny nose too, but hers sneezes a lot more than mine. We both have been having allergies and the vet said that sometimes these things could be genetic.

I have a friend who is a vet and she said that allergies in dogs are caused by bacteria in their nasal cavity. When I'm around her dog, I get a runny nose too, but hers sneezes a lot more than mine. We both have been having allergies and the vet said that sometimes these things could be genetic.

I have a husky puppy who has been sneezing and coughing since we got him. I have been to the vet and been tested for parasites and all other things. They said that his lungs are clean and that he doesn't have any other health issues, so I don't know what else he has. I


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