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Turns out terrible dreams are not only an irritation for people, our shaggy companions can encounter them too.

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 However the dozing examples of man's closest companion vary somehow or another from our own,

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 there are striking likenesses, including our capacity to get scared in the evening.

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 Yet, canines don't probably dream about making an appearance to school stripped or losing the entirety of their teeth.

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Do canines have bad dreams? The American Kennel Club reports that canines can have bad dreams as well as different sorts of dreams.

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Little canines dream more frequently than bigger canines, AKC made sense of, their fantasies keep going for a more limited measure of time.

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Do canines dream? Indeed. AKC reports that the rest examples of your little guy aren't that unique in relation to your own.

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Canines experience both sluggish wave rest, or SWS, and quick eye development rest, or REM. Canines spend around 10% of their absolute rest in the dreaming or REM stage.