Post # 1
I’m trying to go to zzz and my boston terrier is snoring. Loud. He’s so cute and adorable though. Curled up on his bed in his crate on his side snoozing away.
Anybody else have furbaby who snores? Our havanese is a quiet sleeper who prefers to sleep under our bed (it’s hilarous) rather than his crate, but stays in the crate during time we’re at work.
Post # 3
Our beagle snores like a grizzly. Not to mention he also dreams, which makes him whimper and twitch his legs like hes trying to run. lol
Post # 4
omg my lab mix! lol! i always lift her chin and she stops… it is cute tho!
Post # 5
Our rat terrior sleeps in her bed at the foot of our bed. We had to place a bench there for her bed, LOL. OMG does she snore. There are time that the FH and I just have to laugh, the dog snores and neither of us do.
Post # 6
He’s cuttin’ it back right now. Darn I wish I could zzz as deeply as he does. He’s so silly.
Post # 7
Meet Yzerman my boxer. He snores louder then I have heard from any other living thing!
Post # 8
My lab chow/mix (the one in my avatar) is a snorer! He can get super loud and then starts this whimpering sound that almost sounds like hiccups. He sleeps under our bed (it is a four-post princess bed so it sits a good foot and a half off the ground) and it always makes me giggle when I hear him start :p
Post # 9
Aw…Yzerman is adorable! My mastiff (God rest his sweet soul…gone one week as of tonight to the rainbow bridge) could also snore quite loudly too.
My boston can snore as loudly as a grown man lol!
He finally stopped the long snores, and is just kind of doing a short snore thing now. I’m getting him a new bed for his crate this week too! He is going to feel awesome and I bet we’ll have tons more snoring too.
Post # 10
My basset snores SOO much. Just a few minutes ago she was growling in her sleep. haha. Sometimes I have to nudge her at night because I won’t be able to fall asleep. I wish I could sleep like her!
Post # 11
Our Boxer snores sooo bad sometimes!! He also does a little bark in his sleep and starts twitching (I love him!). Usually he snores when his head is in a funky position. Ours is a spooner though – and he loves the pillows!
Post # 12
My parents have a border collie that SNORES so loud you would think a grizzly bear was sleeping in the house. I think it is because she is a bit over loved (aka over-fed). 🙂
Post # 13
This one, Quil, snores like you wouldn’t believe. Big, long, loud, snores. He does the dreaming puppy barks too–except sometimes, he yelps in his sleep, and I think he’s dreaming about being caught by the cat 😛 He sleeps on my side of the bed, with his head shoved underneat the bed, and Fiance sleeps on the other side of me. So, I sleep between them and they both snore. It takes me a LONG time to fall asleep, LOL.
Post # 14
Nope, but my cat does. My husband and I used to think it was hilarious when we couldn’t figure out whether the cat or the dog was the one snoring. Eventually, we realized it was the cat every time.
Post # 15
Yes, both of my dachshunds snore. They also often have bad dreams where they’re twitching, moaning and grumbling in their sleep and I have to wake them up. Mostly I think they’re chasing squirrels in their sleep but I swear, they shake the whole bed.
Post # 16
I have a teeny tiny Persian cat girl that snores like a freight train! She likes to sleep very close to my face. She starts by purring really loud when we first snuggle, then starts to snort and grunt as she gets drowsy, then switches to a full-on snore all night. Hard to believe all that noise comes from this 5-pound miniature thing.