Good quality rest is essential for health and wellbeing by Kate Mallatratt A Dip CBM, ICB, PPG, Canine Behaviourist This morning I heard her barking in her sleep – the muffled, jowl-puffing bark of dreaming. Oh, does she dream. I love her dream-barks, falsely severe, often accompanied by twitching feet or lips curled into a teeth-baring growl. Watch long enough and I’ll see her eyes dancing, the periodic clenches of her jaw, hear her tiny whimpers. The best dreams inspire tail-wags – huge thumps of delight that wake herself and me. Alexandra Horowitz, The Inside of a dog Sleep is...

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