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Why Does My Dog Sneeze When Excited?

Have you ever seen a dog sneeze when excited? This is a common occurrence that many pet owners have probably noticed. Dogs sneeze for many reasons. Dogs sneeze when they are excited about something like seeing their owner after a long day at work. Dogs also sneeze when they are excited to go out or when they smell something that is new or different. Sneezing is a reflex that clears the nose of any irritants, such as dust or pollen.  Dogs might also sneeze if their nose is dry because they’ve been outside in the cold for too long or if there is an allergen in the air like pollen, mold, or the animal hair of the dog’s own species.  In this post, we want to explore why dogs sneeze when they're happy and what may cause them to sneeze in the rest of the situations. Section 1: Why does my dog sneeze when excited? Section 2: What causes a dog to sneeze? Section 3: When should I be worried about my dog's sneezing? Section 4: What can you do to prevent your dog from sneezing? Section 5:
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Why Do Dogs Lick Each Others Ears?

Dogs lick each other’s ears for a variety of reasons. The most common reasons are to show affection, bond, and share their scent with the other dog. Another reason is to check for ticks.  In some cases, dogs will even lick each other's ears when they’re fighting. In this case, they may be trying to assert dominance over the other dog.  Dogs can also use licking as a way of marking territory or apologizing to another dog after a fight. It’s a sign that they want to keep the peace in order to avoid conflict. Dogs will also lick each other's ears when eating from the same bowl or dish.  Dogs don’t just lick each other for fun. Dogs lick each other to show affection, to keep the social hierarchy intact, and to promote bonding. Here are some more reasons why dogs might be licking each other’s ears.  Section 1: Why do dogs lick each other’s ears? Section 2: What does it mean when a dog licks another dog's ears? Section 3: Is it okay for dogs to lick each other's ears? Section