"Jiggling" in sleep?

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"Jiggling" in sleep?

Post by KMack02 on Tue May 05 2015, 21:11

Is it normal? It looks like she's having a fit, and she makes these little squeaky noises. Hubby reckons she's dreaming? Is it anything to worry about?

Sorry for all the silly questions Blushing
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Re: "Jiggling" in sleep?

Post by -Ian- on Tue May 05 2015, 21:14

Get used to it... It hurts when a full grown Staffy kicks you whilst it's sleeping and then wakes up after howling and looks at you as if you're the mad one Laughing

It's completely normal and your OH is right, they dream... A lot Rolling Eyes


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Re: "Jiggling" in sleep?

Post by Dogface on Tue May 05 2015, 21:25

Dreaming of running and playing. Bo does this all the time. The other day he kicked me in the nose at 3am and woke both of us up, then proceeded to rest his fat head on my face and go back to sleep.
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Re: "Jiggling" in sleep?

Post by Jenc on Tue May 05 2015, 21:27

Perfectly normal, Katy always dreams, chasing or playing but wakes herself up when she barks Laughing


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Re: "Jiggling" in sleep?

Post by JStaff on Tue May 05 2015, 23:31

Very normal and no need to worry Big Grin


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Re: "Jiggling" in sleep?

Post by LizP on Wed May 06 2015, 07:34

Twitchy dreams! Have a look on YouTube, bet there are loads of videos,


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Re: "Jiggling" in sleep?

Post by KITA90 on Wed May 06 2015, 09:43

They're so cute when they dream! There's absolutely nothing to worry about!
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Re: "Jiggling" in sleep?

Post by Mistys Mum on Wed May 06 2015, 12:28

Misty twitches, snorts, snuffles, groans, kicks and snores like an old man. I really think she tries to compete with my hubby as to who can snore the loudest!


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Re: "Jiggling" in sleep?

Post by Bob Schuruncle on Wed May 06 2015, 13:23

Pleased to hear that it's not just mine that howls in her sleep !

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Re: "Jiggling" in sleep?

Post by Mia05 on Wed May 06 2015, 19:37

may be cute now but not middle of the night when they kick you out the bed then look as to say how did you end up down there Laughing

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Re: "Jiggling" in sleep?

Post by Little Tyson on Wed May 06 2015, 22:26

It's very normal for them to do this. My Tyson does it still,, I find it cute!

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Re: "Jiggling" in sleep?

Post by goldie87 on Thu May 07 2015, 11:52

Very normal, Zeus is three and still does this on a regular occasion.

There's even been a few occasions where he's twitching/running in his dream.. his legs start moving quicker and quicker, almost as if hes running away from something, then all of a sudden, he wakes up startled and gives me the fright of my life!

The last time, he kicked me in my ribs.. ouch!
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Re: "Jiggling" in sleep?

Post by Little Tyson on Fri May 08 2015, 17:12

He will not be dreaming all dogs do it my dad has a male staff,, he's 5 and he still does it there is no need to worry

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