We had an awkward moment last night… Cricket was sleeping with her head on the pillow between Husband and I. And as best as I can figure what happened: She stretched in her sleep, and I must have been open mouth breathing. Her muzzle must have went into my mouth, as all I felt was prickly whiskers on the roof of my mouth! We both started awake and gave each other an awkward stare, then she rolled over and showed me her rear. I rolled over too. It was strange...
lol mine never howl, but they certainly whimper, grunt and run etc. they also do a weird "puffing" / or / "huffing" sound which always interests me (im guessing the same as what Kipawa does?)
. i do wonder what they dream about. my OH believes they dream of their ancestors id like to think that too… and that they are chasing something fun lol
Cody howled in his sleep once last year. It was loud and mournful, lasting for about a minute. I had just fallen asleep, so it scared me. It took quite a bit to wake him up, but he just looked at me like I was evil for waking him up, grumbled and sighed at me, and then burrowed back under the covers.
I was interested to see this post. I have currently 2 B. gals, Tootsie and Peanut. Tootsie by day is a yodeling lunatic, but sleeps like a rock. Peanut, on the other hand is mostly silent, except for an occasional growl when needed, and has been that way for the 4 years we've had her. About 3 or 4 times in the past year, though, we will wake up to the most mournful, creepy howl I've ever heard.. Pea 'sleep howling' I guess you'd call it! It truly sounds a bit "other worldly" and it always makes me hope she isn't having a really bad doggie dream!