Is it common for some dogs to snore, and if so, should I be worried? Keep reading to learn more.
During slumber, some pets make a noise similar to a low snuffling or rattling snore while breathing.
Snoring may be caused by an obstruction brought on by an excess of fat in the area around the pharynx.
Nasal blockage or obstruction is another potential cause.
It can also be caused by a misaligned mandible or by tension in the jaw muscles.
A canine's propensity to snore can be observed even in a dog that appears to be in perfect health.
Get your dogs checked out by the doctor to see what, if anything, can be done.