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Puppy dreams

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BiteyShark Sat 25-Feb-17 08:22:47

Isn't it so cute when they are dreaming. Mine has been making small bark like noises then deep breathing and all legs twitching so imagining him chasing pigeons (because he does that in the garden) in his sleep.

The only problem is I am stuck in my chair and dare not move as I don't want to wake him but could murder a brew

pigsDOfly Sat 25-Feb-17 13:36:44

My dog often wags her tail in her sleep. I like to think that means she's having happy dreams.

Love it when she wakes suddenly and sits up looking around her, in a 'what just happened' way. Must be strange for them to wake from a dream where they're chasing deer through a forest only to find themselves at home on the living room floor.

pigsDOfly Sat 25-Feb-17 13:37:44

And no, you can't wake him so you can have a cup of tea.smile

CornflakeHomunculus Sat 25-Feb-17 13:53:43

DWhippet3 occasionally sleep howls. It starts off as a grumble then gradually builds into a proper little howl. He always wakes up right at the peak of it looking slightly confused as to why he's making such a noise grin

All three whippets quite often wag their tails, twitch their feet and make various grumbly, woofy noises whilst they sleep. Presumably chasing rabbits, pheasants or each other!!

BiteyShark Sat 25-Feb-17 15:15:33

pigs fortunately he woke naturally soon after so I got my brew

pigsDOfly Sat 25-Feb-17 15:22:49

grin

ScarletPower Sat 25-Feb-17 15:31:11

My puppy actually says "woof" in his sleep when he's dreaming (so cute) - he never woofs when he's awake

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