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    I was sitting here watching Dakota sleep in my bed and got to thinking. Shes never had a dream at all. Like the ones where they are barking and all that good stuff.
    Maggie dreams ever now and again and so will Copper.
    I think shes part human part dog and the dog part hasn't kicked in all the way...

    Do your puppers dream?

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    Oh yes. Wimpering, snuffling, wriggling and twitching feet, nose, tail. Adorable. He also snores, drools, tries to steal my pillow, and is a complete bed hog. Less endearing somehow.
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    I think most animals dream. Our rats would have little rat dreams. We had a cat that was hit by a car before we got her and every once in a while she would have a crazy dream that would send her flying off my lap in a panic and I always thought she dreamed of that incident. I like to think my dogs dream of me and I'm sure they do - they must dream about what they see and experience just like we do. I don't know why but it's amazing to me in a way that their minds could form images of us.

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    Dakota probably doesn't act out her dreams. My favorite is the tail-wagging dreams.

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    I have never seen Jake do the "Dog Dream", but I was watching Brody the other night. All of his paws were twitching and he was making a weird woofing sound. Brody also does the snoring bit!
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    My chocolate Bo would suckle in some of his dreams. Honest to goodness I thought that was the cutest thing I've ever seen or heard. A grown boy sucking on something very tasty too. Haley dreams too. She twitches her ears and legs and growls a funny growl. Sometimes her tail wags and sometimes her legs move like she is running. Sometimes her head pops up out of a deep sleep with one eye open like "where am I?" and those make me the saddest. She was a rescue and I have to wonder if those are her bad dreams. I coax her on the head and just tell her she's home safe and sound and she dozes right back off.

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    Yes, all three dogs do. Barking, wiggling, running, sniffing. As a matter of fact the other night Reggie was asleep on the couch, laying on his side dreaming. He lifted his back leg straight up in the air. I wonder what he was dreaming about. I also wonder if dogs have nightmares? What do you think?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rangermom
    I also wonder if dogs have nightmares?* What do you think?
    I have thought the same thing

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    Maggie has dreams and nightmares. Sometimes she will be laying there and start wimpering and you can fee her body jumping or shaking. Scared me in the beginning but I am getting used to it now. Her nightmares we have to wake her up. She gets really loud and whining and growling a few times.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maggiesparents
    Her nightmares we have to wake her up.* She gets really loud and whining and growling a few times.
    I have heard your not suppost to wake them up when they are dreaming. Not sure why you don't, I never asked why.

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