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Non-REM Sleep During this sleep phase, their heart rate gets slower, their body temperature goes lower, and their eyes may only be partially closed.
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If they’re active sleepers, that might mean your sleepy sidekick will have little barking episodes a couple of times while asleep each night.
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It’s better to let them wake up naturally, and if the dream seems to be closer to a nightmare, just be there to comfort them in case any memories of it linger.
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Medicine intended for humans shouldn’t be given freely to animals as it doesn’t always work the same way and may do more harm than good.
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If these behaviors don’t carry over into your dog’s waking life, then there’s nothing to worry about.
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