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Why does my dog make pig noises


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Why does my dog make pig noises when he eats?

It seems like your dog has the occasional pig when he eats. Sometimes the noise is soft and low, sometimes it's loud and bray-like. Usually the noise occurs right after eating, or is right before he starts to eat again.

The sound is usually associated with him taking the food off the table, and sometimes with chewing. But not always.

Some dogs will "pig" at night when they have trouble falling asleep. It seems to be a noise you make when your dog is happy and you can't seem to do anything to get him to stop.

I have a dog who does this. My brother told me that it could be related to your dog's digestive system, since he's doing this while digesting. My dog has no problem digesting, but on the rare occasion he gets something in his system while he's digesting (like a very large bone that's been chewed up, not a whole bone like most dogs usually have), he'll make that sound.

I have a dog who does this. My brother told me that it could be related to your dog's digestive system, since he's doing this while digesting. My dog has no problem digesting, but on the rare occasion he gets something in his system while he's digesting (like a very large bone that's been chewed up, not a whole bone like most dogs usually have), he'll make that sound.

My dog will do this occasionally when he has gotten something to eat and is going to keep eating. He also does it when he has recently had something to drink (maybe even a little too much), which I find really amusing.

"Some people would rather die than think, because they are only capable of thinking in extremes." - The Great Gatsby

No, the dog didn't have much to eat. It's just that something about the food left an impression. And it could be that it was too close to lunch for him, even if it was dinner. Maybe the dog is eating to satisfy some need, whether biological, emotional or otherwise. It's a curious sound, and it could be something else as well.

I don't really know why I'm having to explain this, but I'm trying to be nice. That doesn't mean that I don't think your dog's doing it. He clearly is. I just don't understand why everyone is jumping on his or her tail about it.

I don't really know why I'm having to explain this, but I'm trying to be nice. That doesn't mean that I don't think your dog's doing it. He clearly is. I just don't understand why everyone is jumping on his or her tail about it.

Oh, I know what you mean. I've been saying the same things for months now.

No, the dog didn't have much to eat. It's just that something about the food left an impression. And it could be that it was too close to lunch for him, even if it was dinner. Maybe the dog is eating to satisfy some need, whether biological, emotional or otherwise. It's a curious sound, and it could be something else as well.

No, the dog didn't have much to eat. It's just that something about the food left an impression. And it could be that it was too close to lunch for him, even if it was dinner. Maybe the dog is eating to satisfy some need, whether biological, emotional or otherwise. It's a curious sound, and it could be something else as well.

No, the dog didn't have much to eat. It's just that something about the food left an impression. And it could be that it was too close to lunch for him, even if it was dinner. Maybe the dog is eating to satisfy some need, whether biological, emotional or otherwise. It's a curious sound, and it could be something else as well.

That's what I thought, he may be eating to feel full, or some need that can't be met with food. I am so used to my dog eating right after dinner (around 5:00), that I thought it may have been because he got some of his last meal at lunch and didn't realize it was time for bed.

That's what I thought, he may be eating to feel full, or some need that can't be met with food. I am so used to my dog eating right after dinner (around 5:00), that I thought it may have been because he got some of his last meal at lunch and didn't realize it was time for bed.

As for the sound, it can be hard to tell if a dog is chewing their paws or gnawing on some other object. I can't say for sure, but it doesn't sound like he's eating something.

One thing I'm wondering, is what happens if his food is gone and he still does this sound? Does the noise indicate that he needs to eat?

As for the sound, it can be hard to tell if a dog is chewing their paws or gnawing on some other object. I can't say for sure, but it doesn't sound like he's eating something.

One thing I'm wondering, is what happens if his food is gone and he still does this sound? Does the noise indicate that he needs to eat?

At the very least, it seems like it's something instinctive, and therefore probably doesn't mean anything, but it may.

I think your dog needs to eat, so I'd give him some food. But that won't make him stop doing the sound.

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Originally Posted by Mz_Bliss

I'm pretty sure this will go in the wrong direction because I'm not a vet, but shouldn't he be fed every two hours? How does his food get to his stomach?

You feed your dog on a schedule. That schedule is usually 2, 4, 6, 8 or whatever hours. If he's too full to eat, you feed him.

But he's not eating right now, so you shouldn't feed him until he eats. You shouldn't make it any easier for him to avoid food and stay hungry, and if he's hungry enough to make a noise, he's probably hungry enough to eat.

But I do think the noise is instinctive. Even a lot of people with a lot of dogs don't know it's related to eating. So the noise is fine, and probably just indicates that he's hungry. But a couple hours without food might be too much.

What's frustrating about it is that I've been trying to get the vet to address this behavior for over a month now. I've tried to make him more aware, but he just won't listen.

But I just figured he'd stop doing it once I got him to eat, and when he got to be 15 days old, he hasn't been having his food at all. So I'm really worried.

Thanks for replying, just had to make sure my question wasn't stupid.

My vet has suggested I keep him home-raised until a week after we get him. This will give him time to settle in and get used to the house. We bought him off the counter at the shelter (he was a rescue) so he was super skittish. The shelter gave us a 2 week trial period to see how he liked his new home, and by the end of that trial period, he was completely comfortable and settled. He's not like that in the house now, but he's still very sensitive


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