Reverse Sneezing In Dogs often referred to as inspiratory paroxysmal respiration, is a condition in which a dog inhales rapidly via the nose while generating a loud honking or snorting noise.
This can be caused by dust, pollen, or other allergens in the air.
Respiratory infections can cause inflammation in the nasal passages, leading to reverse sneezing.
In most cases, you should not be worried if your dog reverses sneezes. Reverse sneezing is a common and generally harmless condition in dogs
Reverse sneezing in dogs typically last anywhere from a few seconds to a minute or two.
Dog Reverse Sneeze is generally not a permanent condition.
Brachycephalic breeds, which are breeds that have short snouts and flat faces are more prone to reverse sneezing.
Such as Bulldogs, Pugs, Boston Terriers, Shih Tzus, and Boxers are more prone to reverse sneezing.