Constant sneezing in dogs is a sign of nasal irritation, which can indicate the onset of an infection or just be the result of a multitude of scents in the air, according to WebMD. However, if mucus accompanies violent s... More »

There are several reasons why a dog can sneeze frequently, including allergies. Like humans, dogs can develop allergies to common products. More »

The best thing to do if your dog won't stop sneezing is to take it to the vet. There are many causes for your dog's symptoms, and some of them can be serious. More »

While it is natural for a dog to pant after exercise or exertion, excessive panting could be a sign that the dog is suffering heatstroke, has consumed something poisonous, has a heart condition or has some sort of respir... More »

Sudden changes in the skin or coat are a common sign of illness in dogs, according to WebMD. Vomiting and diarrhea can also be symptoms of many common health problems. More »

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A cat that sneezes a lot may be suffering from an infection of the respiratory passages. This can be caused by a virus, bacteria or fungus. These infections are similar to common colds in humans, and can generally be tre... More »

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Pacing is a sign of anxiety, liver abnormalities, Cushing's disease, cognitive dysfunction or brain tumors in older dogs, states The Nest. All these conditions require a professional, veterinary diagnosis. However, many ... More »

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