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    Recently whilst we were sleeping our little 12 week cavalier MUST have been have been having a nightmare and all of a sudden turned around and bit my toe! Out of the blue!!... She normally does not bite it was soo weird!! Does anyone have a pup or dog who does things whilst they sleep??!!

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    I've never been bitten, but Duke will quite often make noises, whine, make little barks, wag his tail, move his legs in a running motion or things like that when he is having a good dream (I presume).

    Reminds me of this video.
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    Sorry, but that image made me laugh. That must have been a really vivid dream.

    I worry sometimes about my dog nipping me when she is dreaming. The other night she was growling quite ferociously in her dream and I was very conscious of her face being very close to mine. I usually say something to wake them up when they sound distressed when they're dreaming.

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    LOL, my old dog Attila used to move his legs like he was running, maybe chasing a big roo or something lol...he was a funny pooch! Oskar doesn't really do anything while asleep except sometimes snore like a freight train lol.

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    Naw!!

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    That video made me piss myself laughing. Hahaha!
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    Molly does yelps in her sleep and the running leg also. Rexy hates people moving around when he's sleeping. He will usually give a warning growl first my then he will nip. He usually does it to the other animals (dogs & cats) but i've also seen him do it to my OH and my mum's OH. He has never ever tried it on my though, i can throw him around like a rag doll if he's sleeping and even though he had this annoyed look on his face he has never attempted to have a go at me. Probably cause he know's i would boot him to the moon if he tried.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Puppy-love View Post
    Recently whilst we were sleeping our little 12 week cavalier MUST have been have been having a nightmare and all of a sudden turned around and bit my toe! Out of the blue!!... She normally does not bite it was soo weird!! Does anyone have a pup or dog who does things whilst they sleep??!!
    Lmao, mine all chase bunnies... There legs are running and they make little squeaky excitement noises... but there fast asleep!
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    I think my little man had night terrors a few times when he was new to our home. It was heart wrenching. The first time he did it I thought he was awake as his eyes were wide open, I said hello, he then proceeded to scream sounded something like he was in a world of hurt and urinated at the same time. I thought I had scared him for life, Lots of cuddles and sometime resorting to sleeping next to his bed in my ensuite put a stop to these terrors, now he just snores loudly through the night, it's just as well I'm deaf when I'm asleep

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    Quote Originally Posted by D-Dog View Post
    I've never been bitten, but Duke will quite often make noises, whine, make little barks, wag his tail, move his legs in a running motion or things like that when he is having a good dream (I presume).

    Reminds me of this video.
    OMG D-dog, that is priceless. Thanks for the giggle
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