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    Defaultmigranes

    Can our sweet dogs get migraines. we went to the lake Sunday and when we got home the Gus got his after the lake bath and I towel dryed him the best I could. So once we where in the house he came in to my bed room and jumped up on the bed and layed down on my pillow and then proceeded to pull another pillow over his head. so when I turned out the light he would bring his head out but if it was turned on his head went back under the pillow and this lasted until he went to his chair to sleep around midnight. my poor gus. I hope it was just him being tired.

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    DefaultRe: migranes

    I don't think so. That's cute though ;D



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    DefaultRe: migranes

    I don't know if they get headaches, but don't worry just because he hides his eyes to sleep. My Duke always sleeps with his paw over his eyes.

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    DefaultRe: migranes

    Well I was just really worried cause if was hot outside Sunday here and he was really finding lots of people to spoil him rotten. like he needed anyone else to do that for him.

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