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PostPosted: Thu Jan 25, 2007 6:36 am Post subject: How long does your pug sleep? Reply with quote

I've noticed that Java seems to be growing out of his puppy stage... he will be one next month. Along with this he seems to be really mellowing out and sleeps A LOT. Geez today he must have slept for 8+ hours spread throughout the day... and this after a normal night's sleep! Tonight he was snoring away on the couch all evening... lazy little pugger.

How many hours a day does your pug sleep and what is your pug's age?
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Creammy is 3 year 4 mths now. She love sleeping. Whenever she is not eating or having any activities, she'll be dozzing. That's why she is a bit over weight and is on diet. Lazy little puggers they are.

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Fion sleeps through the night and usually does not get up for the day until 8 or 9, the babies get upa round 4:30 am, we go for a walk and they go back to sleep until 8 or 9, then all 3 of them will sleep 4-5 hours through out the day.
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My parent's 3 pugs sleep just about all day, are awake for a few hours while my parents are up after work, then they sleep all night. Puggies like sleep...I wish I could sleep so much!
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I wish I had time to sleep so much. Kee is fifteen months and sleeps and probably sleeps close to 12 hours a day, Yoda at thirteen is awake about 6 hours in a twenty four hour period, unless we are doing something special. She is awake for food and walks and a fifteen minute play period in the AM and another one in the evening.
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I call what they do "power naps", because, if they are dozing, all it takes is for me to move, and they are wide awake. They may doze a lot, but their ears don't. They don't miss a thing, even when we think they're asleep.
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On weekends, we sleep a little later and then the pugs will climb up on me to nap some more in the morning. If I don't move, they'll sleep there for a few hours. Then they'll sleep for a few more during the day.

Maggie and Lola still play an awful lot and sometimes they antagonize Wrinks into joining them, but mostly Wrinks is content to nap and cuddle more than play.
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Bethy wrote:
They may doze a lot, but their ears don't. They don't miss a thing, even when we think they're asleep.


Totally agree Shocked Shocked

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Milo is 1 year and he will go to bed at night about 9:00pm
and wake up about 5:30 or 6:00 am ready to potty.
then he will play all day long until about 2:00 pm and sleep til 4:00pm
and playes again then around 6 or 7 he power naps like bethy
said aand any movement from me hes up again and off he goes
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Well Bertie goes to bed when my mum does which is normally about 11.30pm and gets up at about 6am when she lets him out. He promptly flops himself on his beanbag and goes back to sleep untill mum goes to work when he put in the kitchen, makes hiomself comfortable and goes back to sleep. He will get up when we come home and potter around untill after his dinner when....yes you guessed it goes back to sleep, Might occasionally wake upto bark at something on tv and goes back to sleep.

In fact he is in the conservatory now in his favourite chair surveying the world, cuddling his new "baby" and having catnaps!

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Dory is almost 8 months-old.

She sleeps from 11PM - 8AM (9 hours).
Plays for a couple of hours.
"Power naps" (as Bethy described) from 10AM - 1PM (3 hours).
Walks and plays some more.
"Power naps" from 3PM - 5PM (2 hours).
Then is up and about until bedtime.

So there's 14 out of 24 hours spent sleeping! Sometimes she'll go even longer.
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 25, 2007 4:07 pm Post subject:  Reply with quote

Tugg is a snoozer also.
We go to bed around 11:30
We get up at 7:00 , go potty & eat breakfst.
My husband comes home from work (graveyard shift) then Tugg gets back into bed with him.
He will sleep till about 2:00 then up for some playtime, potty.
Then the power naps as Betthy calls them begin through the evening.
He will usually do the pugtona with the kitty in the evening.
Sleepy little guy.
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Oh man Java definitely sleeps with his ears awake... if I get up to leave the room he is right behind me. Sometimes I try to tiptoe as quietly as possible and it doesn't matter! Well I am glad to know my pug isn't just exceptionally lazy when it comes to the napping! Laughing
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This thread is funny. Happy Debo is either......... a ravid tornado... or a rock. There is no inbetween. He sleeps all night long... in 12 hour span. You have to literally drag him out of his crate in the morning. Then he is a fireball for about three hours... then he just gets in his bouncy seat and naps for an hour at a time.. until something else sparks his interest.
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Bouncy seat??? What is this.. like a baby's bouncy chair?? Confused
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