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Sorry for this late reply, but I am way behind on my reading. Some of this may have already been hashed to death, but I think I may know some of what is going on with the dog. I think that perhaps the dog is attempting to communicate with you by preparing to make a noise, but the act of attempting to make this noise tickles his or her nose and causes him or her to sneeze. The sneeze then becomes the noise the dog uses to communicate. Is this too far out?--Cass
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