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Aspiration Pneumonia in Dogs

Aspiration pneumonia in dogs can be caused by anesthesia, laryngeal paralysis, megaesophagus, and other conditions.

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Laryngeal Paralysis in Dogs

Laryngeal paralysis in dogs is a common condition that can cause coughing, difficulty breathing, and aspiration pneumonia.

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Pulmonary Edema in Dogs

Learn the causes, symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment of pulmonary edema in dogs.

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Chylothorax in Dogs

Chylothorax causes respiratory distress in dogs.

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Pleural Effusion in Dogs

Learn more about the causes, signs, diagnosis, and treatment of fluid accumulation in the chest of a dog.

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Can Dogs Get Colds?

Learn about dog colds and whether they're the same as human colds.

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Why Do Dogs Snore?

Learn the causes and treatments for canine snoring. Why do dogs snore?

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Collapsing Trachea in Dogs

Collapsing trachea may be mild or serious in dogs. Learn what collapsing trachea is and what its diagnosis and treatment are.

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Kennel Cough: Infectious Tracheobronchitis in Dogs

Kennel cough is a common cause of coughing in dogs. Learn what kennel cough is, its symptoms, and how to treat and prevent it.

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Dog Cough Demonstration: VIDEO

Watch this video of a dog coughing to see what it looks and sounds like when a dog coughs.

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Reverse Sneezing in Dogs

Reverse sneezing in dogs can be alarming for owners. Learn what you need to know about reverse sneezing in dogs, including when to visit the veterinarian.

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