There may also be some small grunting or snorting noises as well. As stated above, unless you believe that your Beagle is experiencing discomfort, this is just part of being a Beagle! If you do suspect that it goes beyond that point, do not hesitate to bring your dog or puppy to their veterinarian.
More Snoring Help
Aside from what we have discussed above, there is one more element that can help to decrease Beagle snoring: Changing the position that your dog sleeps in. There are 2 parts to this:
1) If your Beagle sleeps in a doggie bed, try changing the shape. For example, if they have a round bed, try switching to an oval shaped bed. Often, when the dog has more room to stretch out, snoring will decrease.
2) Raise the level of your dog's head.You can do this by putting a small pillow under the head of your Beagle as they lay down for the night.