Wolf-Dog Beside Himself Visiting Grandmother’s Grave – BarkPost Dog News from around the Web

No worries, though. It can be triggered by pulling on the leash, general excitement, eating or drinking, and allergies, among other things. It produces no ill effects, and is pretty common in most dogs. For this guy, his human’s loss simply took his breath away.

 

Maybe it has something to do with shameless anthropomorphizing of our pets’ emotions, but this big boy named Wiley sure tied our hearts up in knots as he “cried” at his grandma’s gravesite. As many have guessed, the pup is actually reverse sneezing, which is usually caused by spasms as a result of irritation of the soft palate.

 

 


Born in Montreal Canada, I convinced my human to move all the way to sunny California, not only because my paws were freezing in the winter, but because I always knew I can reach a larger community here, in dog-friendly Los Angeles.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *