Does your dog have reverse sneezing episodes? They sound scary but are usually pretty harmless. Below is a great article by Dr Karen Becker on reverse sneezing and how to determine when it is harmless and when it may be time to check with your vet.
Also if your dog is reverse sneezing there is a point ( of course) that shortens the duration …
Reverse sneezing — also known as mechanosensitive aspiration reflex, inspiratory paroxysmal respiration, and pharyngeal gag reflex – is actually a fairly common respiratory event in dogs.
It happens more often in small breed dogs, perhaps because they have smaller throats and windpipes.
Brachycephalic breeds, like pugs and bulldogs, with elongated soft palates, occasionally suck the palate into the throat, which can cause an episode of reverse sneezing.
The most common triggers are excitement, exercise intolerance, a collar that’s too tight, pulling on the leash, an environmental irritant like pollen, perfume, or even a household chemical or cleaner, room sprays, or even a sudden change in temperature.
So if you have a breed prone to this, harnesses are a great option to help prevent a Reverse Sneezing Episode.
Try this point and see if it helps your pup.
GV14 Between the last Cervical and first Thoracic vertebrae press lightly until the sneezing stops