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    My girl now sleeps in the laundry because her snoring would have me tearing my hair out! She's quite happy snoozing in there and I let her snore away on my feet throughout the day, so we've reached a happy medium.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cleasanta View Post
    Steve was wearing his cpap for his sleep apnoea Deb...he didn't and doesn't snore with it on, so it can't have been Steve snoring

    ohh wonder who it was then..

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    My girl is a lady, Pretty does not snore. Shads on the other hand could lift the roof. Jodi can snore too.

    Any posts made under the name of Di_dee1 one can be used by anyone as I do not give a rats.

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    Ziggy only snores sometimes, usually she is pretty quiet.

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    If Arwen snored, she wouldn't be allowed to sleep under our bed

    She does however kick about when shes dreaming


    Good morning arwen

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    Aw bugger, why is it that if you rolled the snoring, popping, kicking out all together, it still describes my husband! Sigh.

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    Rocky snores and 'talks' in his sleep, very funny he kicks as well.

    Minus the snoring he's just like his owner! (yes I'm sure I dont snore! )

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    Quote Originally Posted by Devil's Advocate View Post
    Aw bugger, why is it that if you rolled the snoring, popping, kicking out all together, it still describes my husband! Sigh.
    My partner could say the same thing about me haha


    Good morning arwen

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    i wanted a dog that snored so when my husband was away i would be able to sleep, i am so used to sleeping with him snoring i had trouble sleeping when he was away.

    pepsi doesn't really snore, she does quietly but not so you can hear her on her pillow by the bed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PEPSI View Post
    i wanted a dog that snored so when my husband was away i would be able to sleep, i am so used to sleeping with him snoring i had trouble sleeping when he was away.
    pepsi doesn't really snore, she does quietly but not so you can hear her on her pillow by the bed.
    I would give almost anything to be able to do that!

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