He may be suffering from allergies, however he may have something lodged in his nasal passages. It could be something as simple as food, but I would recommend a vet check either way.
I remember one patient (a Cavalier) we had, who had a pea lodged in her nose. It would have been a cooked pea at first however when she came in with all the sneezing and after the owner waiting a week the pea had dried up and moved further in and the dog needed an anesthetic to remove it!
The same thing happened again two weeks later and since then the dog is banned from eating peas and corn unless they are pureed!! (06/18/2007)
Hi - it could also be a foxtail. The vet should take a look at it. (06/19/2007)
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