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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 12-10-2012, 05:24 PM Thread Starter
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Ack! My puppy SNORES!

My husband told me this morning he had a restless night, then surprised me with the news I was snoring! But it turns out, while Raider was napping today, HE was the one snoring. Anyone ever hear of such a thing and is this indicative of a some malady needing checked???


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post #2 of 15 (permalink) Old 12-10-2012, 05:38 PM
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if he's doing it regularily, I'd check with your vet. Short muzzled dogs do it a fair bit, but I can't recall any one here mentioning it before.

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Today's the first day I've noticed it . . .and while it's not easy to judge the snout of a 12 week old, his mom's snout actually appears somewhat longish for a Havanese, and his dad has his championship and I would think a shorter than standard snout would be reason for disqualification, wouldn't it?

But I'll definitely mention it to his doc at next week's check up, unless you think he should be seen earlier?


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yeah that should be fine. I would try and record it if possible. , so the vet can get an idea.

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At least its not you no one can sleep with me TMI I'm sure everything is fine. Mine sometimes snore a bit.

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my CAT snores, but Tillie has never made a peep. Sometimes I wake her up cause I'm afraid she's not breathing!

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That was my first thought too, Suzy but my second was "wait, I've never heard of a snoring dog before" LOL

Tammy, does Tillie not occasionally have bad dreams? Both mine whimper in their sleep occasionally.


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Panda snores when she's really tired. So I have Pan on one side and DH on the other, both snoring like crazy....at least I know they're both alive...

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Beau and DH can both saw wood like champs! Luckily, I sleep like the dead. I have sleep apnea and must sleep with C-Pap -- and my husband keeps saying he doesn't snore and he's glad I got mine fixed!



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Buzzy snores once in a blue moon, and we think it's hilarious. I think we heard Oscar snore once or twice. Usually it's a position thing and they stop if we move them.
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