Does your dog snore while sleeping???

@Lifeless (2638)
India
November 21, 2007 3:37am CST
Hi all... I am sure many of us here wud be having dogs as pets.. This discussion I have started for all of them... So, tell me does ur dog snore while sleeping?? Does it make loud noises or u can manage with whatever noise he makes?? Have u ever thought abt a treatment to his snoring problems?? Share with me people... My dog really snores loud while sleeping, and I am really fed up of his snores.. I was thinking of a treatment for him.. U guys got any advices for me to take for my dog?? I wud really appreciate if u do... Thanks..
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@apsara60 (6612)
• Israel
21 Nov 07
Hi fulloflife........how are you. If this discussion was not started by you then I would have not cared to answer......because I am not much found of dogs or cats as pets....I like to watch dogs from far.......and I don't mind if I had a garden outside my house and a dog lived outside there, but in my house and specially in my bedroom.....on no.....lol. Does you mother like it or she bears it only because she loves you like any other mother. If my son will ask for dog.......I will not refuse...... I can only suggest that you should not make your dog sleep in the house but ouside....make him a littel cozy house there and he will not disturb you. Have a nice day.
@Lifeless (2638)
• India
21 Nov 07
Hey aunty, I am doing good... How is everything on ur side?? U have not been quite active at mylot of late.. No discussions, no responses, no nothing.. I was really missing ur lovely responses aunty... Neways, I wud certainly try him sleeping outside tonight, and see what happens.. He has a room outside, but he dosen't like seeping in it, and if I force him into it, he just barks the entire night.. So, I have to always let him in...
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@apsara60 (6612)
• Israel
21 Nov 07
Yes I was very busy with my office work. Every month I will be busy for first 15 days, and then back to mylot. I too missed all of you. Nice that we are back together again. You and your Dog....lol. Now I think there is only one thing you can do.....let your dog sleep in your room and you go and sleep somewhere else in the house, because if he is going to bark whole night then it is going to disturb the whole family. You see this is why I don't like dogs........take care ........
@Lifeless (2638)
• India
22 Nov 07
LOL!! I will definately try that for sure..lol But I am not the one who would dislike my dog becoz of his snoring habit.. He has been snoring only of late, and I thought there might b some problem.. Other than that, I just love him very much.. He's the heart of our family, u know...
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@Gyan_guru (364)
• India
22 Nov 07
Yeah my dog ocassionally snores when he has had his hard day out there..but he is a bit irritant when he never sleeps..he keeps doing something noty and barking at the wind outside..pretty funny craeture..
@Lifeless (2638)
• India
26 Nov 07
Yeah, some dogs do act funny at times... By the way, which type of dog do u have??? Thanks for the response, neways...
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@maapav (730)
• India
22 Nov 07
I too have a labrodor. It also snores sometimes while sleeping. But Not too much of noise. I think u must take your dog to a vet and ask his advice.
@Lifeless (2638)
• India
26 Nov 07
Yeah, I will do that... Thanks for the response, neways...
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@maybebaby (1231)
• Canada
22 Nov 07
I have two dogs and my older one snores when she sleeps. She has always been a snorer. I guess I just got use to it and I don't really even hear it anymore. When she's not snoring I find it too quiet now. In time you'll probably get use to it too. If it's really bad you may want to ask the vet to check his airways and make sure that they're clear. He may need surgury to open them up so he can breathe better.
@Lifeless (2638)
• India
24 Nov 07
Thanks for the advice... Really appreciated...
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@royal52gens (5380)
• United States
21 Nov 07
Lizzie snores. She seems to snore when she has something on her mind. She also dreams. Her feet go as though she is running and jumping. She "talks" in her sleep. It is hilarious. As for your dog's snoring, you might ask the vet for suggestions.
@Lifeless (2638)
• India
24 Nov 07
Yeah, I wud do that... Neways, thanks for response...
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@Bev1986 (1428)
• United States
21 Nov 07
Yep, mine snores. She sleeps with us and I'll have my hubby snoring on one side of my and the dog snoring at my feet! Some nights I want to kick them both out of bed! lol! I won't though.... She really makes me laugh when she starts dreaming that she's running and is kicking her legs and whining! I never know if I should wake her or let her sleep! lol!
@Lifeless (2638)
• India
24 Nov 07
LOL, that was funny... Neways, thanks for response...
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@Michal51 (660)
• Germany
21 Nov 07
Fortunately my dog doesn't snore. Lucky I :) Because He sleeps in one room with me. Unfortunately i don't really know good methods for snoring...
@Lifeless (2638)
• India
23 Nov 07
Yeah, u've been lucky... Neways, thanks for the response...
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@Ravenladyj (22940)
• United States
21 Nov 07
LOL actually both my dogs and all 4 of my cats snore...My one dog and one of the cats though snore REALLY REALLY loud...its too funny! I dont have any advice for you though other than waking him up so he's not so deeply sleeping...
@Lifeless (2638)
• India
23 Nov 07
Thanks for sharing... But I don't feel like waking him up in his sleep, he looks so cute while he's asleep... Neways, thanks for the response...
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• China
26 Nov 07
Hi there, Yes I have a male cocker spaniel and he does snore sometimes when he's sleeping. But the noise is tolerable. Since it is not serious, I never thought of any treatment to this snoring problem. Actually I don't think it is a problem at all. It may be caused by the wrong sleeping position. But if your dog is making really loud noises, maybe you should have him checked at the vet's. Hope everything's fine.
• Australia
21 Nov 07
Haha!! Yes, my dog does snore, it is so funny. She is so loud too! I have never thought of curing it, I just love laughing at her. She snores away and you can tell she's having dreams because she kicks and scratches in her sleep! It' really a sight!