Can Dogs Have Sleep Apnea?

By looking at bed at night, you can hear it from your room: the noise of your dog snoring loudly. While you love your pup, the loud snoring is disruptive and causing you to miss that restorative REM sleep you need so badly.

You’re also worried about your pup. You are aware that some snoring is normal, but this kind seems dangerous. What if this condition is stopping his breathing in the night? Could that lead to other health issues?

From what you know, you think your dog may have sleep apnea. Learning about this condition approaches to treat it could ultimately save your dog’s life.

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