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Bizkit the sleep walking Barking Dog

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Published on Feb 10, 2009

Barking and walking in her sleep

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Kari Henderson
I'm a vet student. Most seizures occur while dogs are sleeping. I'm taking neurology right now and based in this dogs history of having multiple episodes these DO seem to be seizures. Please have him seen by a vet. It may seem funny but seizures are traumatic to a dog and can be life threatening. 
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Mjdv
some ppl are so irritating.. suddenly they pull out a doctors degree and start giving diagnosis.. stop jumpin to conclusion.. pet owners are the most responsible ppl, the first sign of a strange behavior and we get the vet involved.. sleep running/barkin is seen in almost all dogs.. the more vivid the dream the more they act out.. mine dreams of eating ice cream or drinkin water, at times he's laying there licking the air. 
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Aegis Mora
Goddamn people, it's not having a seizure. A seizure involves twitching and convulsing of muscles. The brain waves aren't scrambled in a seizure-like fashion since the dog is making complete body machinations rather than lying on the ground twitching.
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bignoobs
I wonder what it was chasing? Looks like it was hauling ass after something and then caught up with it and had a stand off.
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Batabii
animal planet says they SAW a vet and they said the dog was just fine. So they got her a helmet and she sleeps on the lower floor so the noise doesnt wake them up.
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RuSosan
Yeah, that awkward dream where your food bowl tries to bite your ass... I know it all too well. And yes, I eat out of a bowl. xD
Clevar person
isn't it that condition some humans get? where the body doesn't paralyse itself during sleep? It kills me to see that dog distressed
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FizzleNinja
He really needs to see a vet, it's a sleeping illness
The_Eraser
Everyone please leave the poor dog alone there's is nothing wrong with him/her so can you just give it a bloody rest. If I was the person who uploaded this I would be horrified, people making horrible comments about my dog and telling me that I'm being cruel to him/her so everyone shut up and leave the poor dog alone
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armyman Gio
One time I was sleep walking got a knife and stated stabbing the toilet and when I woke up I realized I cut myself because in the bath tub there was blood and blood on myself
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