My Beagle sounds congested. She always snores, but this sounds more like a congestion. It comes and goes. She sounds fine, and then she sounds like she is a bit congested. I took a hot shower and had her in there with me to help ease the congestion. Anything else I can/should do, besides try to keep her inside as much as possible? Of course, it is Sunday and the vet is closed. And I will be lottery lucky if I could get her seen tomorrow at our vet. I do not find this emergency vet worthy, as she is still playing/eating/sleeping like she normally does. I will try to get her in tomorrow if she still sounds a bit "off". Any advice? I read online somewhere it is okay to give dogs Benadryl for congestion, but am not sure if I want to. Again, she is acting fine, just sounds a bit congested. If I put my ear to her tummy, sometimes she sounds fine and sometimes it sounds a teeny bit raspy. It may be nothing, but a couple of years ago our male Beagle had Aspiration Pneumonia, so now anytime there is more than the typical amount of snorting coming from the dogs I get concerned. I am pretty high-strung anyway, LOL. MEGA UPDATE : I finally decided to take her in for yet another dental cleaning. I almost lost my male dog during a dental sedation and was so scared. Our vet got a new dental machine in since then and they were able to see that she had 5, YES 5, IMPACTED teeth! Poor girl! The roots on those teeth were pressing on her sinuses. She ended up getting 10 or so teeth removed. The vet, and entire staff, was shocked that she had so many impacted teeth. She is recovering from her surgery now (had it on Tuesday) and while she is still sounding congested, it is expected to go away as soon as she recovers. He also peeked in her nose in case there was an issue with a nasal tumor and saw nothing. I am relieved and so glad that I got the push I needed to get her in for a dental. And so happy that my vet office was able to see the issue!