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    Our pup Madison is now nearly 5 months old.

    Is it normal that she often snores at night loud enough to wake us up?
    She sleeps next to our bed and at least 2-3 times a week I will awake to her very loud snoring. I am getting used to the noise now and am starting to sleep through it but I just wanted to see if this was unusual and whether it's something I should talk to the vet about?

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    Our puppy is just 3 months and he snores. I actually just started crating him downstairs at night because he is such a noisy sleeper. He sleeps through the night now, so I don't need to worry as much about him needing to get up to potty.

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    Kimba is 11 months now and still wakes me up with his snoring some nights. We have the crate close enough that I can just bang my foot against it and he usually stops or rolls over etc. Cannot recommend what to do if the dog is not near in a crate. Kimba is not shut crated at night, but still prefers to sleep in his.

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    Hehehe...it's funny how loud a little puppy can snore. Bosco is 5 months, OMG he's loud!!! It doesn't bother me anymore, he sleeps on my bed or on his doggie bed (beside my bed) at night...I'm used to it now.;D

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    Jack is almost 11months and can still wake us up with his snoring ;D

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    Koko sleeps downstairs yet her snoring still will wake me!





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    DefaultRe: Snoring

    Jaida snores really loud! The vet said it was because of her allergies causing a sinus obstruction (which makes perfect sense), but even when she is on allergy meds she snores. Who knows! It is pretty funny though! ;D

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    DefaultRe: Snoring

    Allie snores, sometimes she wakes HERSELF up...

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    Sometimes I can't tell who's louder, the husband or the dog!

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    LOL! Oh good, its not just CoCo!

    She's started sleeping in her wire crate in our basement den, as its cooler for her down there... and I don't miss her snoring!
    ~Jo & CoCo


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