I would even admit that except the loud annoying noise that comes with the snore, we might even take a good laugh at watching our dogs snore in the most funniest positions ever.
Unfortunately there is another side of what might really cause your dog to snore that should have your attention. It might come out to be not funny at all.
#1 Some breeds are more prone to snoring than others. Take flat-faced breeds for example have shorter airways which causes them some trouble moving air in and out. This could be normal but a double-check wouldn’t hurt.