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    Default Snoring Dog! Grump. Stomp.

    Finally went to bed last night, got comfy, and then husband started up with his ruddy snoring/popping again. Sigh.

    Moved into spare room where Logan's crate is. Lay down in spare bed. What's that noise? Surely I can't hear husband from other bedroom? Nope! It's Logan. Trying to outdo husband by the sound of it.

    I lay there for a while trying to figure out who was the worst, so moved back into own bed with husband. No go. Moved back into spare room with Logan. No go.

    I GIVE UP!

    No I don't. have just moved furniture around and moved her crate out into the lounge room. I am going to get a good night's sleep tonight if it's the last thing I do.
    Last edited by Devil's Advocate; 05-05-2010 at 02:19 PM.
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    Good for you.

    The benefits of the crate! Bloody marvelous things.

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    I get that some nights, between Jack (on his couch on one side of me) and Brett in the bed on the other side of me, I can't win lol.... So I feel your pain!!
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    yup snoring household here as well...

    annoying!

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    I have really good hearing, and to make matters worse I'm a light sleeper.

    So tonight, will have Logan out in the lounge room, and husband down the other end. YAY!
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    It's so frustrating isn't it DA?....makes you want to rip up your pillows and cushions......

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    Earplugs are a wonderful invention. My salvation many a time. The gel ones are best, they mould to your ear shape. Always have them in easy reach on bedside table. Pups have not eaten them yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GreysAreGreat View Post
    It's so frustrating isn't it DA?....makes you want to rip up your pillows and cushions......
    *snort*
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    Rocky and I both "talk" in our sleep I feel sorry for people trying to watch tv while I'm asleep on the couch and him on his bed

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    lol this is all so funny. Russell never snored, Geisha could lift the roof. Now that there is just Molly and I, we are probably competing for who can snore the loudest. Not that I hear me.
    Said it before and I'll say it again, who needs a bloke in bed when you have a Staffy, hogs the bed, snores all night, and I'll be polite, bum burps that are really "OFF".
    Good luck for tonight DA.
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