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Thread: Does your dog snore or barks and growls in sleep?

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    No dogs here but I have 2 cats that do. And loudly too.

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    My cocker spaniel does all of those, she snores louder than the BF.

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    Snores, growls, barks, tries to run.... Would love to know what she's chasing in her dreams....

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    Every now and then Cameo will snore. It's the "sleep-howling" that kinda creeps me out though. She's the only dog I've ever owned that does that. Full blown howls-not whimpering and whining.

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    yes, both my dogs--two labs--and my husband snore and occasionally, the dogs talk in their sleep. the absolute worst is when the snores coincide and all I hear is sawing!!! ARGH. oh well, I love them all and bopping the DH lightly to turn over solves some of the problem.

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    All three of mine do from time to time. What really gets me is the way they can fall asleep at the drop of a hat, wake themselves up from barking in their sleep and go right back to sleep while I lie awake from being startled from it. LOL

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    I have a boxer and yes he snores very loud, barks, howls and sometimes looks like he's trying to run. It is sooo funny to watch his little legs moving back and forth while he's sound asleep.

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    Woody sounds like a fire siren at times when sleeping, and has even raised his head up howling like a wolf when asleep. He also does the "running, snorting, snoring, woof woofing" while sleeping. Let's just say he can clear a room when he's sleeping, too!

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    my pom snores everynight and very very loud my son has a minature shitzu and she snore very loudly also.

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    Very normal behavior. Many dream and snore as we do (smile). Cute furbaby. Thank you for sharing.

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    I have a 5 lb Manchester Terrier,that I rescued from a horrible family,..she's been with me only 1 1/2 yrs I've never heard her bark or growl but she whimpers and whines in her sleep she sounds so sad that I pick her up and snuggle her to remind her she is now loved and cherished. But my calico cat snores like a car missing its muffler but only if she's been outside that day.When ever my husband snored like that I'd wake him up trying to move him onto his side but I would never do this to my fur baby :-)

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    oh yes, growling, whining, twitching and of course, dare I say it, farting too!!

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    Some nights I think my husband and the dog have a contest to see who can snore the loudest. The dog sleeps two rooms away!

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    My doesn't snore but does make funny sounds when she is dreaming and is funny to watch.

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    Yes My German Shepherd snores very loud , Kind of sounds like my husband.

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    WE have two beagles that snore and bark all the time in their sleep. Sometimes we wonder if they are talking to each other. They each have a bed on the floor in our room. Between the two of them and hubby the trio does get loud. And he says I snore!!!

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    Bear sometimes snores, but usually makes a wimper and the feet go like he is chasing something...

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    My two Brittanies always have dreams. I think they are chasing squirrels because their paws are moving like they are running. It's so funny.

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    Angie grumbles and runs in her sleep, so far no actual snoring, she leaves that to the cats.

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    My 7 month old lab/doberman,Sasha, snores and sometimes whines. I have not heard her bark or growl.

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    He wimpers softly!

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    I don't have a dog but Snowshoe, the kitty, snores and twitches.

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    Libby is definitely a snorer... and she seems to have distinct dreams where she is barking and running... so odd!!

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    Our Mitzi snores louder than any man--the real problem is that she also passes gas every time she snores. She loves to sleep right by my recliner. Smelly, whooooo
    If I get a phone call, I have to go to another room to hear.

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    Quote Originally Posted by craftybear
    Does your dog snore or barks and growls in sleep?

    Sophie does all of the above. She is so funny and does get loud.

    My dog, Sophie, 5 year old Shih Tzu is laying on the couch and all stretched out and snoring up a storm.
    I also have two shihtzus: female(5)male(3). They get so noisy sometime when they sleep with the snoring & howling that I can't hear the TV & they've also woke me up several times. You're right. It is so funny.

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