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Reverse Sneeze Syndrome

Reverse sneeze syndrome is characterized by rapid, loud, forced inhalations causing the dog to usually stand still with neck extended. There is no loss of consciousness or collapse. Attacks are sporadic and unpredictable. Dogs appear completely normal before and after the attack. Many dogs have these attacks throughout their lives and appear to be aggravated with dust, pressure on the windpipe or during pollen seasons. Treatment consists of minimizing the aggravating components. Rubbing the neck under the chin usually stops the attack.

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