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Snoring might be a sign of respiratory problem in pets

Brachycephalic breeds are prone to snoring, but dogs that suddenly start snoring might have upper airway inflammation, says veterinarian Jaimie Ronchetto. Pets probably do not care one way or another when the holiday decorations are removed, although the flurry of cleanup and proliferation of boxes might be a source of stress, and cats are less afraid of cucumbers than they are of objects that suddenly appear behind them, Dr. Ronchetto says.

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