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Old 01-31-2013, 04:37 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Dogs go through similar sleep stages as humans. They dream during REM sleep. I could only imagine it makes your dog more tired that they are not allowed to finish the full cycle of sleep! Next time it looks like your husband is in REM sleep, wake him up and tell him that its not good for him mentally , Just kidding!
ROTFLOL... Ditto for me too !
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Wth? Next time your husband is sleeping wake him up at like 3 or 4 am and he will say "why what's up why are you bothering me?" You tell him "because it's not good for you mentally to peacefully dream away!!!!" Lmbo! He's mean. So is Leo when we are in bed trying to sleep... when Rosco is asleep and making a lot of noise Leo tells him to be quiet, poor baby Rosco. I never wake him up. I like to stare at him and when he does wake up he's like oh hey! You scared me but it's ok I love you!


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I cant wake him at 3am... He works night shift and is already awake. But when I did wake him last night I teased him by telling him he was dreaming and it wasnt good for him... Lol

Like i said before he rouses... Either by giving them a pet or ear rub. They never wake completely, so he's not mean.


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I only wake mine if its about to wake the kids lol .. or if it sounds really bad as said earlier.. One time Breezy scared the crap out of me, I was doing laundry and heard her start to yelp and moan then bark, it was horrible. I was down stairs so it also sounded like pounding on the floor above me, I came flying up the stairs (of course home alone) to find her sleeping... I startled her when I came charging into the room lol and she stopped, looked up at me with that sleepy face and wagged her bottom!!! lmao. Not sure what that one was about but it broke my heart!! ... I say let them sleep if and when you can
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That is deep sleep,I let Valant do his dance and smile watching him
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I cant wake him at 3am... He works night shift and is already awake. But when I did wake him last night I teased him by telling him he was dreaming and it wasnt good for him... Lol

Like i said before he rouses... Either by giving them a pet or ear rub. They never wake completely, so he's not mean.


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Lol ok good!

Oh well I see that is sweet! :}


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I let my girls dream. They sometimes wake themselves up with barking. Which they usually look at us like we did it.


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