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Why Does Your Dog Snore? The Surprising Reasons Revealed

Like humans, dogs snore because air movement in their nasal passages and airways has become disrupted. This disruption causes vibration in the tissues of their nose, mouth, or throat, resulting in the sound that you know as a dog’s snoring. The real question to ask yourself is, what is causing this disruption? Why does my dog snore?

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Why Does Your Dog Snore? The Surprising Reasons Revealed

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    9 Reasons Your Dog Snores That Might Surprise You

    9 Reasons Your Dog Snores That Might Surprise You

    Like humans, dogs snore because air movement in their nasal passages and airways has become disrupted. This disruption causes vibration in the …

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