My 12 year old springer spaniel snorts after eating and dricking. She seems to eat fast then is sick with the food in a mucusy substance with it. she can do this snorting while not doing anything as well??
The snorting while not eating might be a reverse sneeze, which is harmless as long as it's not prolonged, meaning more than 5 minutes. ( Even then, that's a long time) What are you feeding her, and at what level is her dish?
Raise her bowls, either in a pet bowl stand or put it on a few bricks. Sometimes it makes a difference, and it's easier on the dog.If she keeps up with the mucus, I would have her to the vet ASAP. Good luck.
Most pet stores sell specially designed food bowls that stops dogs from being able to gulp their food. I have seen some with peg type pieces that come up from the bottom, so the dogs have to eat around the pegs and can't just gulp their food. This might help the problem?