No. The first thing your wanna do is in THAT situation is just take the dog out of the room. Then, the next morning try to decide weather your dog is over weight or not. If your dog is overweight he might snore because he should shave off a couple pounds.
Not all dogs snore because they have a health issue, some dogs just snore because simply....they snore. But other dogs just have health issues and in that case you should check with your vet.
Dogs with short, pushed in noses such as pugs or boxers might be prone to snoring too because the way their noses are constructed, they have narrow nostrils and cant get as much air through as other dogs.
I'm not gonna lie I haven't studied up alot about this topic but I have heard this is common problem. If you want to leave me some comments below about your smarties about this subject. I'm sure that I have left some info out of this post but the info here is 100000% true.
Email me your problems at firstname.lastname@example.org and if your lucky I'll make a whole post about it. Here's the question of the day:
Does your dog snore...loudly?
Can't wait to hear all your interesting (FUNNY) stories!