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    Default Re: About snoring issues

    Thanks for all replies guys I know this is English Bulldog forum, but I asked the owner of 4 pugs (short nosed breed as well), she said if they are not overweight so they don't snore. Could it be true?

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    Default Re: About snoring issues

    The snoring and grunting comes from the shape of the head, smushed face, nasal passages, narrow nostrils and small diameter throat/elongated palate. Overweight would contribute as well but fat or not they will still snore

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    Quote Originally Posted by versicolor View Post
    The snoring and grunting comes from the shape of the head, smushed face, nasal passages, narrow nostrils and small diameter throat/elongated palate. Overweight would contribute as well but fat or not they will still snore
    ^^^ This

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    Mine snores like a freight train a good portion of the time and when she doesn't i don't sleep very well myself.
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    I'm not trying to steer you away from acquiring a bulldog op, but you should know that an English bulldog is an obnoxious breed of dog for lack of a better term. They grunt, snort, drool, hack, gag, puke, breathe loudly, shower you with saliva directly in your face and spray snot in your face as well. Sometimes after an encounter with whopper I feel like ace Ventura in the scene where the head of the tribe hocks up all over him. You are going to be miserable if any of these things bother you.

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    Not to mention...you will have to deal with daily grooming rituals and unless you get impossibly lucky you will end up with some expensive vet bills. It's all part of the English bulldog.

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    Having said all that you will also be rewarded with alot of laughs and smiles and love anytime you are in the vicinity of these dogs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Miegarukis View Post
    Thanks for all replies guys I know this is English Bulldog forum, but I asked the owner of 4 pugs (short nosed breed as well), she said if they are not overweight so they don't snore. Could it be true?
    My sister had a Pug, I have French Bulldog and Bulldog now.... the Pug and the Frenchie could take the paint off the walls. My Frenchie had nares and palate reduction done and still snores. Our first Bulldog was the same, nares and palate,, still snored.
    Our female bulldog had no surgery corrections and never snored and our current bulldog had nares done at 16 weeks and does not snore.

    My point is.... they are all different but chances are they will snore
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