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My dog snores up a storm.In fact,she's doing it right now as I type. I've had other dogs that snore,like my Bull Mastiff,and heard my brothers dog snore,a English Bulldog.My dog is neither of them,and isn't one of the many dogs that are proned with breathing treatments and ailments.She also talks,well whimper in her sleep.Kicks her feet and everything else.I think it's pretty funny,for her anyway. I don't believe it's a health problem of any sort. That saying,does your dog snore and dream?
 

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My dog barks, growls and runs in his sleep, it's rather entertaining to watch. Sometimes he ends up sleeping with the tip of his tounge sticking out and it looks cute.
 

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I have a basset hound who snores very, very loudly. If there was some way to break him of this habit I would without thinking twice.
 

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Mabel snores but it's not a loud snore (unlike mine, or so I'm told).

She also hunts squirrels while she's sleeping. Her legs and feet move; she does muffled barks and shakes her head.
 

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My dog barks, growls and runs in his sleep, it's rather entertaining to watch. Sometimes he ends up sleeping with the tip of his tounge sticking out and it looks cute.
Mine do this too. Its sooo cute! Roe sticks her tongue out a lot. Mac does a lot of the whining and the 'muffled' barking.
 

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Carsten does all the time. He snores like an old man and he even suckles and paws a few times a week too. He must still be missing his mama. :(
 

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I don't really have any that snores. Toehuntai will a few times every other blue moon. But boy do they all talk in their sleep. Camillia barks a lot in her sleep but NEVER barks while she's awake. I find that funny!
 

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I have never, in my entire life, heard a dog snore like Uallis. Oh my God, its LOUD!!! Just an example, Uallis's crate is in my laundry room...I can hear him snoring in my bedroom. In order for that to happen, the noise has to travel from the laundry room, through the kitchen, through the living room, up the stairs, down the hallway to FINALLY my bedroom. It's unreal how loud that dog snores. When Uallis was little, his crate used to be in the living room and either me or my boyfriend would sleep on the couch to take him out every 2 hours (potty training stage). Eddie slept in the laundry room. When Uallis got to be 100% about not going in the house, we moved his crate out with Eddie's. For the first week, Eddie would wake us up barking at Uallis because of the snoring. :rolleyes: No Joke. It's bad when one dog has trouble sleeping in the same room with another because of snoring. LOL!!

Uallis also "Woof Woof's" in his sleep. It is the cutest thing I've ever seen. I've tried numerous times to get it on video but have been unable to.
 

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Nubs snores more when he is awake then sleeping and man does he snore LOUD. In fact once he stops snoring I know he has finally fell asleep. He does once in a while start snoring lightly with little girbling nosies. It's so cute.
 

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Icesis only snores when she's in bed with us. She's loud! She also growls in her sleep, or her mouth will twitch like she's lapping at something... I wonder what she dreams about?
 

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Of all the dogs I've had in my life I never heard one snore until I got Yakone' Blue. I am so glad to 'hear' so many other of you have dogs that snore too. Well, maybe not glad for you, lol, just glad to know mine is ok and that it isn't so unusual. ;)

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Only 1 of my dogs snore Gizmo she does every now and then.

But they all have the 'chasing dream' and I dread those nights lol because most of the time I end up get kicked onto the floor by one of them. But if I am not in the bed I mostly laugh when they start barking and whimpering and kicking their feet.
 
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