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    Default Snoring.

    So, i do know that all dogs snore however, hercules snores as loud as a human .. and i mean LOUD. is this maybe something i should be concerned about or is it normal.


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    Default Re: Snoring.

    Perfectly normal...

    i have a symphony going on in here.


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    Normal, I sometimes were earplugs. Just listen that he is breathing all the time. Dogs can have sleep apnea too and that is not good. In that case a surgery to open the ear ways could be beneficial.


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    Default Re: Snoring.

    If I need a good nights rest, I go in another room...I'm a super light sleeper


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    Default Re: Snoring.

    Totally normal. Some nights will be worse than others. I am a light sleeper as well, but listening to Harlea actually helps me sleep as I need some kinda of ambient noise to go to sleep in the first place.

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    Default Re: Snoring.

    Bulldogs and snoring go hand in hand due to their facial structure.


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    Normal.... and it is music to my ears!

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    Dexters snoring puts me to sleep lol...shame the husbands wakes me up! 😴😴


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    Default Re: Snoring.

    Completely normal like everybody said above. Wilson doesn't snore too much, he did a little bit when he was younger, but overall he's pretty quiet. Now Emma, my little girl, she snores like a sailor!! i'm the type a sleeper I like it completely silent. I have learned to a just and now I'm used to her snoring. Compared to my husband snoring, I actually prefer hers better.

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    Normal, Brie makes sounds from both ends that I can't figure out how she manages! Lol
    she actually has a variety of snore that range from a soft purr to a shake the house


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    Default Re: Snoring.

    Excessive snoring could start to be a sign of an elongated palate.


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    Default Re: Snoring.

    Quote Originally Posted by Scueva View Post
    Excessive snoring could start to be a sign of an elongated palate.
    It could -my vet was concerned about it too so when Lilly had her op they checked her -but shes just a snoring piggy ;-)

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