Stop Snoring Boston

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  1. Laura says:

    If you have a puggle, how does it act?
    Does its eyes tear up when he/she watches you eat?

    Does it sit directly on its butt and scoot, pushing back with its paws, when he/she needs to go outside?

    Does it have pug eyes (mine is the only one I’ve seen)?

    Does it SNORE?

    Does it have a hilarious high pitched bark?

    Tell me about your puggle!!!!!

    • Bucs_Fan says:

      I have a one year old Puggle named Hayley. She has Beagle eyes..although I have seen lots of puggles with the bulgy pug eyes..Her eyes tear up all the time…She snores, Barks, whelps, growls, Snarls, and whines every night while she dreams. Its wierd to see her dreaming because her face twitches all crazy like and you can see her eyes going into R.E.M. (Rapid Eye Movement)…Shes a great dog that does lots of tricks and is very obidient. She gets a little crazy when company comes over and is like a little lightning ball of energy! Her bark is actually pretty big for a little dog..Think she gets it from the Beagle..lol She loves to chew,chew,chew but only on her toys and bones….I stopped giving her stuffed animal toys because she preceeds to rip their heads off and tear the stuffing out of them on the first day so I stick to stricktly hard chew items…She can be a handfull at times but I love her..shes probably one of the smartest dogs…No…the smartest dog I’ve ever owned..but she is a little hyper but thats what I got our new Puppy Snoop(Boston Terrier Beagle Mix) for..so they can wear each other out playing. Great Breed of Dog!! Welcome to the Family…

      UPDATE: This is for all of the idiots below me! Just to let you know every breed of dog in the AKC started as a mutt!! Some kind of mix between to other dogs or many dogs. So, if this is the case whichit is what makes a so called Pure Breed any bettter?? Do your homework before you decide to talk out of your @$$! A Puggle is a breed just not an AKC recognized breed. I’m sure some time down the road it will be. Just like all the mutts before it Bull Mastiff, Dogo De Argentino, French Bulldog, Boston Terrier, Bull Terrier, Boxer, StaffordshireTerrierthis list could go on for days…All dogs are mutts even the pure breeds so get off your high horses.. its a dog and we love them and that all that matters to us.

  2. Nightmare says:

    I’m thinking about getting a pug but I heard they snore how do I stop it from snoring?
    I heard pugs snore loudly and to me it is a bit irritating.

    • Hazel86 says:

      if snoring is going to bother you, a pug is absolutely NOT a good dog for you at all. I can tell you have done little to no research yet either.

      Pugs have extremely short noses making them a “brachycephalic” dog. The short air passageways is what makes the breathing loud since it is very hard for these dogs to breathe properly since there is barely any room in their airways. It is virtually impossible to prevent these dogs from snoring and breathing loudly, the dog’s nose is genetically short. I advise you to look into other breeds, or perhaps a mixed breed that is not a brachycephalic breed such as a pug, boxer, bull dog, boston terrier, etc.

      Before you get any dog, do GOOD research, Y answers is not the right place for you to do your research.

  3. babylonmoshi says:

    why does my boston terrier snore so much?
    he snores like a old man, its hard to sleep with him in the room. i get scared hes gonna stop breathing someday. some positions he doesnt snore, so its a battle trying to keep him in that position at night. is this normal in this breed? hes 5 months old

  4. Robbie says:

    What breed of dog would be the right for an apartment?
    I live in an apartment and I’m allowed to have small – medium size dogs, and I’m lam looking for one that doesn’t bark as much, friendly yet can be a guard dog, INDEPENDENT because i work 10 hours a day so he might be alone for awhile, and whose very loving short haired, and affectionate. What breeds do you recommend that have the listed characteristics.

    • petstore sell puppymill pets says:

      Hmm, I don’t recommend pups to be left alone for 10hours a day, Adults max 8hours a day.
      Pups need time an attention and you really can’t provide that when you work 10hours a day. Pups really shouldn’t be left alone anymore then 2hours

      Most shorthair dogs are Terrier or Pinscher which means there prone to EXCESSIVE barking.

      And iF your looking for a low shedding dog, shorthair is NOT the best WAY to go, MOST shorthair dogs shed as much as GOLDEN RETRIEVER, fluffy type small dogs or wirehaired coated breeds or greyhound are the best for low shedding

      Beagles maybe small but DO NOT make good apartment dogs, they BARK and HOWL and Baying, which would drive most neighbours up the wall

      I was thinking Dandie Dinmont Terrier, they don’t bark much , but hae a HUGE dog bark, very protective and medium sized, they do not shed much, and they are loving.

      Dogs that do make good apartment dogs, providing they have the appropiate amount of exercise. Remember many of the toys, and hearding breeds are PRONE to excessive barking
      Chihuahua
      Suspiciousness and barking. Many Chihuahuas will put on a display of excited ferociousness (i.e. they “pitch a fit”) when other people or animals approach what is THEIRS. It’s not funny, because if you don’t curtail it, your Chihuahua may end up suspicious of everyone in the world, which is a short step to biting.

      chinese Crested
      Barking. Chinese Cresteds are often too quick to sound the alarm at every new sight and sound. You have to be equally quick to stop them so they don’t turn into yapping nuisances

      Italian Greyhound-Doesn’t bark much

      Manchester Terrier
      Barking. Terriers are often too quick to sound the alarm at every new sight and sound. You have to be equally quick to stop them. If you work all day and have close neighbors, terriers are not the best choice for you. For the same reason, terriers should NEVER be left outside in your yard, unsupervised. To make matters worse, some terriers have high-pitched barks that can set your teeth on edge.

      Miniature Pinscher
      Barking. Miniature Pinschers are often too quick to sound the alarm at every new sight and sound. You have to be equally quick to stop them. If you work all day and have close neighbors, Min Pins are not the best choice for you. For the same reason, Min Pins should NEVER be left outside in your yard, unsupervised.

      Toy Fox Terrier
      Barking. Toy Fox Terriers are often too quick to sound the alarm at every new sight and sound. You have to be equally quick to stop them

      Pug-Pugs don’t like to be obedient. They are stubburn
      Pug sounds. Because of the short face, Pugs snort, snuffle, wheeze, grunt, and snore loudly. The sounds are endearing to some people; nerve-wracking to others.

      Boston Terrier
      Boston Terrier sounds. Because of their short face, most Boston Terriers snort, snuffle, wheeze, grunt, and snore loudly. The sounds are endearing to some people; nerve-wracking to others.

      French Bulldog-Doesn’t bark much

      Miniature Bull Terrier-Excessive barking

      Parson Russell Terrier
      Barking. Terriers are often too quick to sound the alarm at every new sight and sound. You have to be equally quick to stop them. If you work all day and have close neighbors, terriers are not the best choice for you. For the same reason, terriers should NEVER be left outside in your yard, unsupervised. To make matters worse, some terriers have high-pitched barks that can set your teeth on edge.

      Smooth Fox Terrier
      Barking. Terriers are often too quick to sound the alarm at every new sight and sound. You have to be equally quick to stop them. If you work all day and have close neighbors, terriers are not the best choice for you. For the same reason, terriers should NEVER be left outside in your yard, unsupervised. To make matters worse, some terriers have high-pitched barks that can set your teeth on edge.

      Cardigan Welsh Corgi
      Barking. Cardigan Welsh Corgis are often too quick to sound the alarm at every new sight and sound. You have to be equally quick to stop them. If you work all day and have close neighbors, Cardigan Welsh Corgis are not a good choice for you. For the same reason, Corgis should NEVER be left outside in your yard, unsupervised. To make matters worse, some Corgis have intense, high-pitched barks that can set your teeth on edge.

      Pembroke Welsh Corgi
      Barking. Pembroke Welsh Corgis are often too quick to sound the alarm at every new sight and sound. You have to be equally quick to stop them. If you work all day and have close neighbors, Pembroke Welsh Corgis are not a good choice for you. For the same reason, Corgis should NEVER be left outside in your yard, unsupervised. To make matters worse, some Corgis have intense, high-pitched barks that can set your teeth on edge.

  5. Jillian says:

    How can I get my dog to stop snoring or at least control it better?
    She is a 13 month old Pit and Lab mix. She’s been snoring ever since she was a puppy and now its to the point where you can’t sleep. She doesn’t snore every single night. A couple days might pass with her not snoring then she will start again, it just varies. Is there anything I can do about it?

    • ***** says:

      Is she overweight? If so, getting her down to a healthy weight will reduce it (but in some dogs may not eliminate it). When I adopted my Boston, she snored like a chainsaw and weighed close to 20 pounds. I got her down to an ideal weight (which for her ended up being 14.5 pounds), and she almost never snores now unless she gets herself in a strange position while she sleeps! If you aren’t sure if she’s overweight, put your hands on her ribcage behind each elbow. Apply very slight pressure and run them along the ribcage, moving towards the rear. You should easily feel the ribs with slight pressure. If you have to press harder, she’s overweight. If she is in good condition, there’s likely nothing you can do, it probably has to do with the structure of her sinuses.

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