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Doggy Nightmares? - January 26th 2011, 02:02 AM

do your dogs get them? is it normal? and should i be worried? because i deffinately am my dog slept in bed with me last night and he was spazzing so bad i had to hold him down it worries me


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Re: Doggy Nightmares? - January 26th 2011, 03:05 AM

My dog always has nightmares he is sleeping and he will bark out of the nowhere and start making noises, at first I was worried and I would hold him to let him know everything was ok but then I kinda just got used to it and just let him be.


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Re: Doggy Nightmares? - January 26th 2011, 03:50 AM

I have never heard of them, but I guess its possible.


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Re: Doggy Nightmares? - January 26th 2011, 04:22 AM

My dog has them too occasionally. She will make weird barking noises and sometimes flails her legs in her sleep
I usually wake her up because nobody likes nightmares. She goes right back to sleep after that.


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Re: Doggy Nightmares? - January 26th 2011, 04:29 AM

well at least its not abnormal but he really isnt himself since rev(my dog) and i got back from my sisters its worrying me even my dad notices a huge diff


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Re: Doggy Nightmares? - January 26th 2011, 06:10 AM

I don't think there's any need to worry about them. My dog gets them once in awhile, and she's just find. She yelps and twitches a bit, but I doubt they're doing her any harm.


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Re: Doggy Nightmares? - January 26th 2011, 07:07 AM

My dog gets them. He makes sounds, barks in his sleep, moves his legs, etc. It's so adorable, but I wake him up sometimes when he has them. He will give me a sleepy look and promptly fall back asleep.
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Re: Doggy Nightmares? - January 26th 2011, 10:42 AM

Sometimes they aren't actually nightmares they are just normal dreams.

My dog does this and she runs and barks and we always assume she is chasing rabbits in a big field.

There have been a few times when you can tell it is more of a nightmare because she is running faster and her barks are more scared. I guess this is her being chased by something. She usually calms down after a few minutes.

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Re: Doggy Nightmares? - January 26th 2011, 11:02 AM

My dog gets them quite often too and he starts shaking and making funny noises but I don't think it's anything to be worried about. I just say his name and then he'll wake up and be alright again.


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