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Posted March 3, 2009

Bizkit the dog really seems to get into his dreams.

 

 

The video has been viewed over 1 million times on YouTube.  Judging from the YouTube comments (now, there's a statement) there are two kinds of viewers.  One group will watch this video and see a dog who is dreaming -- which they've seen their dogs do.  But this guy leaps up, bumps into the wall, but he's OK.   It's funny. 

The other group doesn't think it's funny at all.  They suggest the dog has some kind of medical problem, which the first group of viewers refutes and it goes on and on.  I haven't had a chance to run this one by my veterinary friends. 

I want to make this clear: I have no idea.  I offer the video for you judge.  I saw it and thought it was funny.   The dog's owner, who put the video on YouTube, must have thought it was funny, too.  If it turns out the dog has some kind of problem, I pre-emptively apologize and hope the owner takes care of it.

If you don't think it's funny, I understand your position. 

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  • m0nky Mar 3, 2009

    i agree. its funny. that was one heck of a nightmare. i've seen people do worse. i mean who hasn't woken up and seen something from their nightmare and flipped a bit? who hasn't had that dream they were running from something then woken out and freaked out cause the dream was so fresh in their mind that they might take a second to adjust to reality.

    now take that and apply it to a dog. if its anything other than a nightmare/disoriented wake up scenario, i'd be all kinds of surprised.

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