Well this morning I woke up by myself in the bed. My fiance was gone on the couch. When I got up for work he stomped across the the living room and into our bedroom roaring that Phoebe was "not sleeping in the bedroom with us ANYMORE!!!" Apparently her snoring had kept him up all night! She normally doesn't snore very much but last night she did.
I feel bad for him and I have a feeling after a few days he will reconsider that demand since he is a big softie and loves her too much. However, I really hate the thought of not having her by my side at night. She sleeps in her little bed next to me. I have to admit she has woken me up on occassion too with either snoring or licking so maybe a solid night's sleep is a good thing. I'm a little torn on this :(
Star ~ Mom to Phoebe the Pug and the feisty felines, Garbo & Jubei
"Owning a dog is slightly less expensive than being addicted to crack.”
― Jen Lancaster
It can be hard having them in the bedroom and/or the bed with you. We all need a good nights sleep. I have been having kind of the same problem. I have 3 of them and a queen sized bed. You would think that would be enough room, but it's not. Once I get in Gracie insists on sleeping on my feet, Gus must be on the other side as close to my legs as possible, and Benny curls up against my back. I feel like I am in a straight jacket sometimes. There is no turning over without disrupting and rearranging everyone. A sleeping, uncooperative Pug weighs, oh I don't know, something like a thousand pounds when they don't want to move. So I decide ok no more sleeping with me and I shut them out of the bedroom. That really makes Gus so sad it's just pitiful, so then I feel major guilt. And then they all converge on Deana, my daughter, and she has a twin bed and a black cat that does not like to share. Yep I know just how your husband is feeling this morning. Good luck on what ever you decide.
I'm sure she would adjust eventually to sleeping in her own bed...easy for me to say, though, my dog is too small and my bed is too high for her to sleep with me. When she gets bigger I'm sure I'll cave and let her sleep with me...
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What I noticed is if Oscar is laying with his head on something and he isnt laying flat the snoring is terrible. So i move him also when he snores really loud I wake him up lol. my husband says your so mean but he is laying on our bed in my ear so I think I have a right lol.
Ugg sleeps in our room but in her own bed, and I've considered relocating that bed to another room so I can sleep....she snores, licks, spins, digs..... I'm just not sure which would cause more sleepless nights.... continuing to hear all that, or the yelling and whining that she'll do when she realizes she's not sleeping in our room anymore. :-\
And if you had a sick baby in the room, how would he behave. Seems to me that I would keep the pug and......
The straight jacket comment is so dead on! Sophie and Stella MUST be touching me somewhere at all times while they sleep. They used to just sleep in the middle, but now Sophie likes the outside edge of the bed so I have two 25 lb. body pillows on either side on me. I sacrifice my comfort for them all the time, and even though it may aggravate me sometimes when I cant roll over or I'm locked in my sheets, I wouldn't have it any other way.
I often wake up and really enjoy petting both of them, one hand for each, until I fall back asleep. Yes its an annoyance sometimes, but the relaxing feeling I have when they are there makes up for it.
OK this comes from experience........lol
Max and Gus do not snore..........only really Zeus that is loud....
but if Max and Gus get going in the evenings playing......WATCH OUT......lol
they snore loud too
keep the puggy quiet in the evenings and usually it works out
or let the hubby sleep on the couch and you keep the pug..lol
A pugs world is full of play and sleep and of course good food.........
Tinker and I both snore!!LOL!!My husband bought ear plugs and wears those!!
Jackie,Mom to Robbie & Stacy my human children and Tinker my furkid.
Ike snores the most when he's been pulling on his leash (and when he's walking with a collar rather than a harness, bad momma) We just ended up buying a white noise machine and now we don't even notice it. Unless I wake up and he's right next to my ear, which still happens from time to time. Gosh, he snores like a drunken sailor LOL