The love and care we have for them make us treat them as our own kids. We do things to the point of letting them sleep in our room, some even their beds! And that is when you notice it – your dog is snoring. While watching your pets snooze peacefully sounds adorable, snoring might be a sign of sleep disorder that comes from a dental health issue, just like how humans have it. Any sleep issue may pose serious harm to your cats and dogs. However, before we go any further to the point of buying sleep apparatuses, undergoing dental procedures, and whatnot, keep reading to understand how to recognize different sleep disorders in pets, like dog sleep apnea, and what you can do about it.