I told a friend about this and he said that he's letting you know that he is always on the job, protecting you. What do you think? I know it made me smile because I had never witnessed this before. My seven year old son got a kick out of it too. Isn't life fun...
So why was my 1-1/2' pal barking in his sleep?
My Great Danes do stuff like this sometimes. They "run," growl, and whine in their sleep. I always wonder what the heck they're dreaming about.
Hahaha I been thinking that as well. My dogs must have them too. they all have dreams, sometimes all 4 feet are kicking.
by R.Cochran 7 years ago
My dog (miniature Poodle) keeps chewing his hair off his hine quarters, how do I stop this?We have tried Dinovite, which my dog won't eat, sulfodine which only give him temporary relief and even bathing him once every other day. Anyone have a better way to remedy this?
by jessyferari1 7 years ago
I dream a lot and sometimes I wonder if thats normalI believe in connection, for instance I think of someone and the person calls, or I talk about something and something happens that somehow connects. In some cases I dream about things and they come through in the oddest ways. Meaning not so...
by Alem Belton 7 months ago
The "I can't move or talk" nightmare, what does it mean?Have you ever had the nightmare where something or someone is holding you down and no matter how hard you try, you cannot move, and when you try to scream for help nothing comes out? Believe it or not this is a very typical...
by pisean282311 8 years ago
i am thinking of having a pet..i need suggestion about which one should i have?..
by VampireAlice 5 years ago
im not dreaming and i dont know why
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