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Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Inca's Mum, Aug 14, 2009.


  1. Inca's Mum

    Inca's Mum PetForums VIP

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    I'm lying in bed and dog beside me on his rug on the bed and I swear he's having a fit or something. He's snoring, the git. But he's like shaking sometimes and it's like freaking me out. It's like twitching...
     
  2. shortbackandsides

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    he`s dreaming:D
     
  3. Kinjilabs

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    Probably just dreaming:D
     
  4. Ladywiccana

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    Huni he could well just be dreaming my dogs always used to do this, and the best advice is if you think it is just a dream, then its best not to wake them, how old is your dog??
     
  5. Yourgifts Ourgifts

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    Dreaming hun Sky does it all the time and even barks and growls sometimes too..:rolleyes:
     
  6. Inca's Mum

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    It's not my dog, I'm staying at my aunty's and he like lives in my bedroom haha! He's 7 years old and a Golden Retriever...
    God I'm such a worrier haha!
     
  7. Inca's Mum

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    No worries I don't think, he's wriggling around all over the bed trying to take it over now haha!
     
  8. shortbackandsides

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    sometimes their eyes roll back,their toungues hang out,they twitch their legs and start yelp-whining.:D
     
  9. Ladywiccana

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    Ah can understand your concern while you looking after him lol, i nearly died when i saw my first dog have a dream lol, but am i rite in thinking guys that if you wake them like that, that they can fit????
     
  10. Inca's Mum

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    Not too sure but the bugger snores loudly. I can't sleep through his snoring. Might boot him out ;)
     
  11. JoWDC

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    Lucky, our female cat, does that. I swear she is dreaming about chasing mice & birds in the garden.:D
     
  12. Yourgifts Ourgifts

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    True hun don't think your meant to wake them..
     
  13. Kinjilabs

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    My Ted is a goldie and sometimes does a marathon while hes asleep! he gets most of his excersise asleep lol
     
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    I got a fright last night, Dave was growling in his sleep! I was just sat at the pc and he kept growling, and he hardly ever growls. But I turned round and he was fast asleep! he also makes twitchy movements and squeaks too.

    x
     
  15. paddyjulie

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    God is it true they can fit??? now i did not know that
     
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