Reverse Sneezing

It sounds scarier than it usually is.

During a regular sneeze, air is rapidly pushed out through the nose. But during a reverse sneeze, which sounds like loud snorting, air is rapidly pulled in through the nose. It can be very alarming to watch a dog in the throes of a reverse sneeze spasm. His head and neck will extend, and he […]
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