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    Default Snoring dog!!

    So our dogs normally sleep on our bedroom floor at night tips has always been fine don't hear anything from here through the night just in the last 2 weeks out 4 month old mastiff x Dane has started snoring and omg it is loud and so annoying!! So tonight I moved her bed into the lounge room and she's happily sleeping there but I can still hear her from our room thats down the other end of our house!!
    Is this normal? Is it her breed? Is it because she still a pup?
    I have no idea I just know it loud!!
    Anyone?

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    When she first started doing it I thought it was so cute and the kids would laugh when they heard her ( she dose it through the day too sometimes) but its not so cute anymore lol

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    I dunno if it's to do with the breed! Maybe some dogs do?! Or maybe something to do with their snout size?! Lol

    Bella is a cronic snorer, Ive recorded her before doing it and it's so loud! Lol but she snorts all the time! She's my little piggy! Harley only snores occasionally, but when he does its really loud! Lol

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    Haha sounds like some dog snore and some don't maybe it has something to do with certain breeds I put her and her bed outside last night she didn't seem to mind at all straight back to sleep lol

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    Do you dogs sleep inside jad?

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    No I have them outside, when my OH goes away for work though I will probably bring them in so that I feel a bit safer! lol

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    Good idea OH used to work away and I always felt much safer with tips asleep on the floor next to our bed
    Oh my now I sound like a real sooky girl but I'm not!! Lol

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    We have three newfies all inside of which two snore...But their snoring is not too loud and very rhytmic. I find I mis it when i am not home LOL............It has been so many years with newfies that i am used to it
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    Quote Originally Posted by Liss05 View Post
    Good idea OH used to work away and I always felt much safer with tips asleep on the floor next to our bed
    Oh my now I sound like a real sooky girl but I'm not!! Lol
    Haha he was away the other night so I let them sleep on the floor next to my bed and they loved it! haha Didn't bug me all night like I thought they would either!

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    Carl (11kgs) snores like a freight train...he even sometimes wakes me up with a particularly loud one!! He's woken himself up before, too. It doesn't help that he sleeps on my pillow, either! He's done it since the day I adopted him, though. I've never had the heart to kick him out for it. You do get used to it sometimes.


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