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    Hi Jucealala,

    I probably wouldn't mind if he'ddo it during the day. But he only howls in his dreams. I almost fall out of my bed when he does that. It's not a somewhat surpressed howl but full on.

    Perhaps I'll try the howling thingy too sometime Better go somewhere where nobody can hear us though...

    Awhooooooooooooouuuuuuuuuu....

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    Only occasionally do I hear some snoring, and then it is just soft and it is quite soothing really. I have one dog who twitches though. Talk about St Vitus Dance !!

    We also have the howling episodes: six small dogs, one of them just 3.5kg all with their heads to the skies (well the ceiling actually ) howling like their long ago ancestors. God knows what the neighbours think.

    I haven't thought of howling myself to relieve stress though, Jucealala. Next time they start up, I'm planning join in.

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    hahaha I've started a howling revolution!!! I bet if you start they will join in, they follow the alpha. It really is a great feeling. Get on your knees next to them and I can guarantee that to get the right sound you will also look up at the ceiling!!

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    lmao. if my pets snore, i boot em a little with my foot, or i'm asleep and i accidentally send them flying off the bed o.o

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    My dog doesn't snore much, but she sometimes yips in her sleep. But this is more common with the day time naps.

    She will, however, leap up at 2am to loudly tell off the neighbour's cat if it decides to fight with other cats under my bedroom window.

    The cats don't do that very often any more - cos I let the dog out to tell them off personally.

    It's funny how with in a year of me getting evil hound, that neighbours on both sides, had cat deaths - they swear of old age - me thinks heart attacks.

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    Madeline wimpers in her sleep but Griffen is the snorer and it is louder than most people I know.

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