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Does your havanese snore?

mine does. and is this normal?
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Like crazy. Lies on his back, mouth open, snoring his head off - just like DH!
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Oh, yes, but I thought it was the old man in him. Sometimes it's much louder than others. Guess they can snore at any age.


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Nope. Kodi doesn't snore. If he did, he wouldn't sleep in our room. I have enough snoring to put up with from the other side of the bed!!!


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Yes, Murphy snores. Especially while lying on his back in his bed in my office during the day. I don't hear him snore much at night though. His crate is next to my bed and he stays pretty quiet in it.
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hmm... i only noticed audrey snoring a little bit the night before but i'm hoping it was because she was just tired from playing a lot that day. I'm glad to hear that it's not uncommon for havanese to snore because i know that a lot of dog breeds with "pushed in faces" snore because they have breathing problems and I just wanted to make sure Audrey wasn't snoring due to any breathing problems!
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lol, Tillie is usually quiet as a mouse when she sleeps, but recently I HAVE noticed her starting to snore here and there when she is realllly tired!! IF it ever gets to constant, loud snoring, she too would be out of our room...

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haha yes. it's hilarious how their snoring sounds like a human snore - sometimes louder!!
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hmm... i only noticed audrey snoring a little bit the night before but i'm hoping it was because she was just tired from playing a lot that day. I'm glad to hear that it's not uncommon for havanese to snore because i know that a lot of dog breeds with "pushed in faces" snore because they have breathing problems and I just wanted to make sure Audrey wasn't snoring due to any breathing problems!
Yes, but Havanese are not a brachycephalic breed. They shouldn't HAVE a short nose. And Audrey definitely doesn't look like she does. So that shouldn't be a reason.


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lol, Tillie is usually quiet as a mouse when she sleeps, but recently I HAVE noticed her starting to snore here and there when she is realllly tired!! IF it ever gets to constant, loud snoring, she too would be out of our room...
Kodi DOES dream, and sometimes makes noise when he's dreaming... Mostly I think he's chasing rabbits , but sometimes he cries in his sleep, and I think he's having a bad dream. I usually gently wake him up if I hear him crying in his sleep.


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