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#893827 06/07/15 07:02 AM
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My little bishon just sneezed about 35 times quickly in a row. I have never had a dog do this. He was just laying by me at my desk and suddenly stood up and did this. Has anyone else ever had this happen and what was the diagnosis?

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I used to raise birds and their tiny feathers were a problem for both the cats and friends' dogs. Itty bitty feathers (or dust, or hairs) in the schnoz can cause a tickle that results in repeated sneezing until they dislodge them. Hope that's all it was for your fur baby.

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