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When your dog(or other animal) starts running in sleep do you...

What do you do when you see your dog running in their sleep. Do you think its cute and leave it or gently wake them from a terrifying nightmare. Just curious. I normally wake my girl up gently.


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How do you know she isn't dreaming of chasing cats and butterflies and whatnot when she's running in her sleep?

My girl hasn't done too much of that. I wish she would cuz I think it's cute. She just grunts and grumbles and farts in her sleep. So ladylike.
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i don't disturb,i think it isn't nightmare.

and it's cute.
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I don't disturb, he doesn't seem terrified.
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I leave him alone because I don't like to be woken up either!
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The first time she did it was after she went swimming for the frst time but if she gets outta control fast i gently wake her she is too cute either way. And how cute and lady like :P my girl once barked her sleep


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Waking a person in the middle of a dream cycle is the pits, I can't imagine waking an animal is any different.
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I try to get the camera so I can tape it and post it here haha but as soon as she hears the camera turn on she wakes up (shes like her daddy and wants no evidence of her shananigans lol)

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I've always let them be UNLESS they become very vocal like having those rare ear piercing/screeching/shrieking type howls ... then I wake them up and stay with them until they settle back down to sleep.

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If their very vocal i say Its ok ,go back to seep! I do wake Lucky if its happening and he's about to fall off the couch.
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