Post # 1
I am at my parents house for Christmas break, and I am trying to work on a grant proposal that I need to have finished by Tuesday. I am sitting in my living room, working on my project and minding my own business, when I hear this horrendous noise. It breaks my concentration, and I turn around and see that my little brother forgot to take my moms pug to bed with him. She is in her crate snoring so loud that I can’t drown it out. I have tossed like 5 pencils across the room at her crate (to wake her up and get her to change positions) and I have missed everytime. They convientely land in the blanket right in front of her crate. She is driving me crazy right now. I am not sure how FI is going to be able to sleep on the couch tonight with my mother’s little monster in the room!
Anyone else have noisy dogs (or shameless dog or cat pictures?)
Post # 3
Can you put the dog in your brother’s room? You’re not going to get a brachysephalic dog to stop snorin.
Post # 4
I LOL’d at this 🙂 Why u no stop snoring!!!
there was this little pug cross thing at the dog park that had such trouble breathing it had a random projectile vomit from excitement. Foulness but Funny! Poor dude.
Post # 5
Um, I think she wants some attention ..?
Post # 6
He’s not a pug, but my dog snores like an old man sometimes. I can’t tell who is louder some nights, DH or the dog (DH isn’t an old man btw! lol).
Post # 7
Lol at the snoring! She’s so cute 🙂
i have a 4 yeat old puggle who is snoring as we speak!
Post # 8
None of my 3 pups really snore…at least not as bad as a pug would. I just wanted to say I loved your post title. Hehe! Too funny.
Post # 9
They can be very noisy (:
Post # 10
LOL I totally laughed at the title. Yeah I would try to relocate the dog or get headphones to sleep with at this point.
To answer the question in the title, it’s a pug LOL so that’s why he/she won’t stop snoring. I don’t mean this offensively and I love dogs of all shapes and sizes, but are dogs like people with weight correlating to snoring? I’m SO sorry if that’s mean but I’m curious if it may actually help him/her.
Post # 11
OMG. The poor dog is so overweight! That definitely contributes to her snoring problem.
Post # 12
The title of this thread made me giggle but the size of that pug made me very concerned for its health. I have a pug and have to closely monitor her weight as being obese can cause serious problems due to their shortened snout. No wonder the poor dog is snoring – I’m sure it has difficulty breathing with the extra weight.