Should I worry if my dog snores? If your dog or cat has always snored, he or she is most likely okay. However, if the snoring comes on suddenly or if accompanied by other symptoms, it is time to visit the vet. For more information on pets and snoring, contact Crown Veterinary Specialists today.
What should I do if my dog snores?
What Do You Do?
- Try an air humidifier.
- Get a round bed for your dog to sleep on (the position will expand your buddy’s air passages)
- Use a pillow to prop up your sleepy sidekick’s head while he rests.
- Switch up the rooms your buddy sleeps in.
What does it mean when dogs are snoring? Snoring occurs when tissues in your dog’s nose, mouth, or throat vibrate as air passes through them. The sound effects are more likely to happen if your pet’s airway narrows due to inflammation, an obstruction, congestion, or other issues.
Which dog breeds snore the most?
In this blog, I will cover 5 dog breeds that are known to snore and keep you up all night.
- The Pug.
- The Bulldog.
- The Shih Tzu.
- The French Bulldog.
- The Boston Terrier.