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Post  ocnside on 1/24/2012, 11:20 am

So one day this week, Julian decided that he does not want hard food/moistened for Breakfast...he'd rather have soft food and hard food/moistened for lunch & dinner!

He also decided that he should sleep a little later than me (I am up @ 4) and he decided 8ish would be good for him so he could snuggle with Alli (my 10 yr old)...

Is this normal...do pugs just change like that?

(He also had a vaccine on Saturday...pre-medded, he spent the whole day there to make sure he was OK...do you think this has anything to do with it????)
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Re: Schedule change

Post  ayleash on 1/24/2012, 12:08 pm

perhaps he is worn out... or still recovering from his Dogtor Day...

It can happen... "roll" with it, I say!
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Re: Schedule change

Post  Imon on 1/25/2012, 4:41 pm

You have a pug who wants to sleep later than 4:55 a.m.?Shocked
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Re: Schedule change

Post  ocnside on 1/25/2012, 4:56 pm

Linda,

LMBO
when he changes, I start worrying....I'll get it sooner or later
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Re: Schedule change

Post  Puggered on 1/27/2012, 6:05 pm

Wise words: Let Sleeping Dogs Lie.



Quite possibly he has just worked out that he has a choice:

(a) trot around after you while you bustle about getting ready for the day, or

(b) snuggle in luxury and snooze with a nice warm bedmate for a few extra hours.

Most pugs I know would either go straight for (b) or a combination in which (a) is followed by (b) as soon as no futher food is forthcoming....
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Re: Schedule change

Post  Renee on 1/27/2012, 6:11 pm

Angela is right.

When I get up, if hubby stays in bed, so do the pugs. But, if I get up, and no one is there, then the pugs get up too. They stay in bed until the last person is up, lol!
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Re: Schedule change

Post  Maryjo on 1/27/2012, 6:37 pm

Are you still feeding him 3 times a day? I can't remember, how old is he now?

It doesn't hurt a healthy, well-fed pug to go without a meal or two if that is what he did to you. He'll learn YOUR routine if you stick to it. Plus, you can probably cut back to twice-a-day feedings if he's almost a year (or more than a year) old.
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