OMG the snoring…… Make it stop!!!!

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I’m laying in bed trying to sleep and I have my two canine friends, Maggie and Bella snoring.  Maggie being an English Staffy and Bella being a boxer means they both have short noses, snouts or mussels, whatever the hell you want to call them. 

This makes them excel at snoring. 

They put my old partner from my paramedic days to shame and that’s saying something.

It’s weird because it like they’re snoring in rounds. At least Lizze is sleeping through it. I suppose this one of the downsides to the breeds. Thankfully,  the good far outweighs the bad. 

Having said that,  on nights like this I really need to focus on the positive.  🙂

Rob Gorski

Full time, work from home single Dad to my 3 amazing boys. Oh...and creator fo this blog. :-)
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MeaghanGood

My parents used to have a Newfoundland. They are AWESOME dogs and would probably be great for autistic kids, being so motherly and sweet and all, but they snore and they DROOL like mad. She would walk around with strings of drool extending from her mouth all the way to the floor. She left a shiny trail everywhere she went, like a snail.