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Pharyngitis in Dogs

Your pet may not be able to vocalize that his throat is causing him pain; you may only become aware when you see visible signs such as a froth, bad breath, or sneezing.

This is a very common condition in dogs, though it can be indicative of a more serious problem.

Pharyngitis in dogs is an upper respiratory condition when the pharynx, otherwise known as the walls of your dog’s throat, becomes swollen from either a viral or bacterial infection like distemper or gum disease, cancers of the mouth, injury to your dog’s throat by a sharp object he was chewing on, or his tonsils.

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