• 5 Ways To Help Your Dog Snore Less

    4 monthes ago - By iHeart Dogs

    You're about to fall asleep with your pup curled up by your side, but all of a sudden, a huff, wheeze, and snore scares away those much-needed Z's. Listening to your sleepy pup let out soft little snores is cute at first, but it soon loses its appeal when it starts to keep you up at night.
    As with humans, there are a number of reasons why dogs snore. Snub-nose dog breeds like Pugs, Boston Terriers, and Bulldogs are more likely to snore because of their restricted windpipes, but every kind of dog has been known to snuffle while they sleep. If you've got a four-legged snorer in your...
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