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Is this normal for my dog?

I'm aware that dogs dream and everything and they move in their sleep sometimes, but it just doesn't seem normal when my dog does it. Her mouth will twitch then her eyes roll to the back of her head and it freaks me out.. I'm just wondering if this is normal or not?

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Yep... Normal. I have a dog that lays down to sleep... then will start "running" in his sleep. Still on his side... but his legs are going like crazy like he is chasing something. Funny actually. I just rub his tummy and he stops for a while.

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Haha that's actually kinda funny, and thank you!
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My cat does that and my old dog use to too .. I think it's normal

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Yes
R.e.m sleep
You do the same
But you don't see it-

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Ohh, well thanks
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Yeah its normal, my dog used to do that :)

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Thanks (:
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You're welcome (:
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its normal my dog sleeps with his leg over his head while he is walking backward creepy right

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Haha yes very creepy and thank you
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They are dreaming or having a bad nightmare

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Yes, it's normal

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Yeah thts normal, my dog did it all the time every time I saw her sleep. Then I opened one of her eyelids nd the brown eyes were all the way in the back

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