Well, Finn doesn't snore, but he is young, so who knows when he is older. I googled it, and found out snoring can be a sign of breathing problems and possibly sleep apnea. Here is what the article said... signs to contact your vet over:
See Your Vet If...
* Your pet gasps and wheezes even when he is awake
* The snoring is worse during pollen season
* Your pet is overweight
* Your pet's voice has recently changed.
* Your pet is panting excessively
* Your dog or cat is coughing, wheezing, sneezing, or gagging
* Exercise makes him unusually tired or causes him to cough or wheeze
* Your pet has recently begun snoring, wheezing, or panting at night
* He is breathing rapidly or taking shallow breaths
* His belly is heaving when he breathes
* His nose is dry, crusty, or bleeding
* There is a discharge from his mouth or nose for two days or longer
* Your pet's tongue or gums are blue or pale