Milly snores.......... oh.my.god. Sometimes she sounds like a freight train and it does keep us up at night if she's excessive. I do find that sending her to bed earlier gets most of the snoring out of the way by the time we go to bed.
bbbmom - that video is a SCREAM!!! I just howled with laughter.
Cooper snored like a ******* when he was a pup - I can remember my husband going out and banging on the kennel to get Cooper to wake up and roll over. (while I laid there in bed thinking, 'isn't this is a case of the pot calling the kettle black?'). Now that Cooper is older, he doesn't really snore much. But he howls in his sleep. I think I prefer the snoring.
Toby snores. Loud. Really loud, he wakes us (both) up. Chamois snores, not so loud, but she also whimpers, twitches, grunts, vocalizes and "runs" in her sleep. Which wakes us up. Mark (DH) snores. The cats snore. All four of them. Plus they purr and stomp on us.
I now snore. Or so I'm told, I'm not completely certain I believe it.