Wednesday, March 2, 2011

How can I get my bulldog to stop snoring?

Is there a quick fix that does not involve drugs or something? Hahaha it's a little something I figured.He is No baddass though.thanks boys and girls, sorry. It is one of the joys of the Bulldogs. You can not. It is a beautiful part of the bully breeds. yay bully. Sorry, no you can not tame that snore.thats only one of the perks of bullies. Nope. Bulldogs snore. It is part of its charm. Nope, it's just one of many things that a Bulldog does. I would suggest investing in some earplugs for yourself and do more research on the variety next time snoring is something that really bothers you. = D Bullies snoring, theres nothing you can do. even with a taste surgery snoring still. Just getting used to and learn to love. LOL, that's the joy of owning a bull dog. About Rotties try to wake the dead, I snap my fingers and shouted his name, so they become a bit too, as in times, which may be time to sleep snoring and snorting in general is part of the Bulldog pack. Bulldogs were bred to non-functional machinesget snore are used to it O_O GSD soon * sigh * All dogs with short noses because of the fact their trachea's has sharp bends in them to comply with a condition called brachial cephalic snore. Inevitable. They also have more speed. The Bulldog is one of the short shell breed dogs that have looked at shorter muzzles and narrow nostrils. Pugs and Boston Terriers are two others. This breed is prone to snoring and may also have difficulty in breathing, if very hot or humid. I am well aware that there is much you can do about snoring. The snoring is often due to their short nose. You can test by making sure that he is not too hot, overheating can sometimes help to make it worse. If it does not affect the health system, you can not really much. Read more at: http://www.terrificpets.com/articles/10240165.a ASP is a very good question, I would like to know so I can get my dog to stop snoring too! But I have a cocker spaniel, cocker spaniel with a poodleSumtimes enter the living room, thinking that someone is sleeping in couch.and when I go to get my dog! ~ Snoring! lol I think we just live with it .= (oh, yes, we have a dog who snores, and I'm sorry, but you can not do anything to fight. do not have a pit bull, (this is a Pyrenees, by the way) But I know how you feel, it's like, guys, can anyone give me the ear plugs are a bit "trying to sleep here) You can pause.?!. Other than that (and honestly, I would not recommend the anyway), is not really something you can do. Bulldogs snore because they have a small mouth (and often narrows the airways, in addition to that) and an elongated soft palate. It's part of their anatomy and there is no way change that. ASP is a very good question, I would like to know so I can get my dog to stop snoring too! But I have a cocker spaniel, cocker spaniel with a poodleSumtimes enter the living room, thinking that someone is sleeping in couch.and when I go to get my dog! ~ Snoring! lol I think we just live with it .= (oh, yes, we have a dog who snores, and I'm sorry, but you can not do anything to fight. do not have a pit bull, (this is a Pyrenees, by the way) But I know how you feel, it's like, guys, can anyone give me the ear plugs are a bit "trying to sleep here) You can pause.?!. Other than that (and honestly, I would not recommend the anyway), is not really something you can do. Bulldogs snore because they have a small mouth (and often narrows the airways, in addition to that) and an elongated soft palate. It's part of their anatomy and there is no way change that.

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