Overweight dog who snores

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Overweight dog who snores

Post by Student » Thu, 18 Apr 2002 01:04:59



I hope someone can help me with this problem. I' m losing sleep. I have a
small part Jack Russel Terrier  named Buddy who is used to sleeping in my
bedroom. He is slightly overweight and snores constantly. My partner says
its me or the dog who goes! Its not an option to put Buddy in another room.
Any suggestions to help with snoring?

thanks, Holly

 
 
 

Overweight dog who snores

Post by Beth » Thu, 18 Apr 2002 01:37:58


How about we put Buddy on a diet. Bet his snoring gets alot better


Quote:
> I hope someone can help me with this problem. I' m losing sleep. I have a
> small part Jack Russel Terrier  named Buddy who is used to sleeping in my
> bedroom. He is slightly overweight and snores constantly. My partner says
> its me or the dog who goes! Its not an option to put Buddy in another
room.
> Any suggestions to help with snoring?

> thanks, Holly

 
 
 

Overweight dog who snores

Post by Jerry How » Thu, 18 Apr 2002 10:05:36


Sounds like *** to me. Ask lying "I LOVE KOEHLER" lynn. She'll teach
you HOWE to give IT an effective correction on your pronged spiked pinch
***collar. Jerry.


Quote:
> I hope someone can help me with this problem. I' m losing sleep. I have a
> small part Jack Russel Terrier  named Buddy who is used to sleeping in my
> bedroom. He is slightly overweight and snores constantly. My partner says
> its me or the dog who goes! Its not an option to put Buddy in another
room.
> Any suggestions to help with snoring?

> thanks, Holly

 
 
 

Overweight dog who snores

Post by Lushious Lug » Thu, 18 Apr 2002 16:29:39



Quote:
> I hope someone can help me with this problem. I' m losing sleep. I have a
> small part Jack Russel Terrier  named Buddy who is used to sleeping in my
> bedroom. He is slightly overweight and snores constantly. My partner says
> its me or the dog who goes! Its not an option to put Buddy in another
room.
> Any suggestions to help with snoring?

> thanks, Holly

Intolorant partner... if he's in to emotional blackmail, and by your posting
name I would guess you are still quite young, get rid of the partner.

I doubt a diet will make a huge amount of difference to Buddy's snoring.
Dogs are like men ;-) ...but generally more reasonable, some snore, some
don't. (I know I snore too!)

It is vital though that you get Buddy back in shape. He'll lose life
quality, his life expectancy will be shortened and it's both inhumane &
un-neccessary to let him be like that. Our local vet's, AFAK, have a pet
weight watchers club. Most premium dog food include a 'light' for dogs with
weight control problems and maybe try and slot an extra run in per day ~
which will be good for both of you.

Diana
--
See my dog Stone ~ July 5th on the birthday calendar.
The aad group web site: http://www.ourdogs.chilly-hippo.co.uk
(In the UK 'lugs' or 'lug 'oles' is slang for ears ~ and no dog has a finer
set than my Stone!)