A very normal reaction of a muscle called diaphragm from the dog’s body may contract involuntarily or, in other words it may have spasms from time to time. If this reaction is triggered by normal factors, then it doesn’t represent any danger for the life of the pup or the adult dog. Conversely, it may be a symptom of another affection that could be serious and even life-threatening. This is up for the veterinarian to determine and advise the dog owners accordingly. Generally, hiccups are normal and they should not be a reason of concern for any dog owner.
The cause and function of hiccups is unknown, but they can be brought on by drinking alcohol.   There aren’t really any official cures for occasional hiccups, but many folk remedies can stop a case of the drunken hiccups quickly and easily. Trying one or more techniques will usually take care of the problem so that you can get back to living it up. In the future, you can try to prevent hiccups by avoiding excessive food and alcohol consumption, carbonated beverages, sudden changes in temperature, sudden excitement, and emotional stress. You should also stop consuming alcohol when you try to get rid of your hiccups; overconsumption of alcohol can have potentially fatal consequences, and stopping your drinking for the night will help you avoid the negative effects from drinking too much, including the hiccups.