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2013-01-25 04:24:27 PM  
Big deal! My dog Rex has been sneezing on command for 14 years!
 
2013-01-25 07:02:36 PM  
When I was a kid we had a Lhasa that did the same exact thing.
 
2013-01-25 07:05:14 PM  
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2013-01-25 08:06:33 PM  
Charlie the wonderdog, is there anything he can't do?
 
2013-01-25 09:12:01 PM  
No. If you watch carefully she says "sneeze" only after his mouth is in that paused pre-sneeze position. Otherwise his mouth was closed.

He's probably sneezing when he looks up at her due to the photic sneeze reflex because he's staring directly into the ceiling lights.
 
2013-01-25 09:21:45 PM  
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2013-01-26 12:10:25 AM  
My sister taught her chihuahua to sneeze for treats too. The spastic little rat dog now sneezes like there's no tomorrow whenever it sees someone holding food.
 
2013-01-26 12:49:39 AM  
Trained my beagle to do the same thing. It's not too difficult. When they're a puppy and they sneeze naturally, just congratulate them, pet them, and repeat "Sneeze!" over and over again. Give them a treat if it's handy. They get the picture pretty quickly.
 
2013-01-26 02:56:54 AM  
Screw you my pug does it and my poodle when I was a kid did it. Whoopdi doo!
 
2013-01-26 01:40:42 PM  
My Aussie does it.  In Aussies, it's not a real sneeze, but a type of vocalization.  She does it repeatedly when she's very excited, and will do it on command, as well.  It sounds like a sneeze, but her real sneeze is much different.  I thought my dog was allergic to me, or something in the house for about three years, until I talked to other Aussie owners and found that they do the same sort of vocalization.  My vet then confirmed it...it's not a "sneeze" but rather another way she expresses her emotions.  I can't speak for other breeds, but it makes sense that it happens.  BTW, her "sneeze" sounds just like the dog in the video.
 
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