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(CNN)   Why do sleeping dogs look like they're running? CNN asks the question. No, seriously, they asked that question. It's in the headline and everything   (cnn.com) divider line
    More: Facepalm, Sleep, philosopher David M. Pea-Guzmn, Myoclonus, REM sleep, Marc Bekoff, dog's limbs, Dog, Dream  
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2022-05-16 9:26:37 AM  
Having solved every other problem decided not to solve any real problems, and just focus on a fluff piece.


//ok, they are cute.
 
2022-05-16 11:18:50 AM  
Jesus, that's something I would expect from a shaitty blog like livescience. It's pretty much everything any sentient creature has already figured out.

TL,DR; They're dreaming.
 
2022-05-16 11:25:08 AM  
Had a dog when I was a kid who barked in her sleep.  Every time she would wake up startled and look around to see who barked.  She did a lot of running in her sleep.  I always suspected she was chasing squirrels.
 
2022-05-16 11:26:16 AM  
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