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While a bout of reverse sneezes is frightening at first, it is important to remember that your pet is not in any respiratory distress. Just as a regular sneeze is your dog’s way of clearing irritants from the front of his nasal cavity, a reverse sneeze is his attempt to clear irritants from the nasopharynx, or the back of the nasal cavity. What results is a series of rapid and repeated snorting sounds that can be quite alarming if you’ve never heard them before.

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