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    I noticed I dream of Blondie very often. For those of you who remember their dreams.. do you dreams of your dogs often? Last night my dream wasn't so pleasent! Blondie had run off into this crazy city with also crazy woods and I had to go find her!!! I was ffreaking out in my dreams calling her name everywhere.. Then I saw a cavalier and it looked like Blondie but then all of a sudden it "morphed" into a cat and sadly it wasn't her... I was so happy I woke up with her snoring on the bed!! Lord!! Usually my dreams are more pleasant though. heheh
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    A lot of dreams I have might just have the presence of Bobby and Belle there, like any member of my family would be. Also I've had troublesome worrying dreams about them being stolen, lost, hurt, etc.
    The most recent dream I had was that someone had shut down my market stall and took away the dogs saying I was not fit to be in business and not capable of caring for a dog. It was weird, but I just think it was anxiety and worry coming out in my dreams and I do worry about my little doggies.
    Funny we were at the beach this weekend and I was afraid a wave would come in and sweep both Bobby and Belle away so I put them back on their leads. Poor things, they sensed my fear because they kept close to me and wouldn't go back near the waves.
    Desrae, guardian of two tri-coloured cavaliers, Belle 3 years old and Bobby 1 year/8 months.

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    I keep having a recurring dream that people are saying i have the wrong dog and they take her away and give me a different one which i know isnt mimi but nobody will believe me and i cant bond with this new dog at all and its quite upsettng, i have no idea what this means but all i know is when i wake up and see mimi i instantly know she is mine.
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    You need a dream book! I live by mine...my hubby hates me disecting his "inner thoughts" but I think it's fun!

    I could write the whole passage I just read on dogs and dogs breaking free...but to spare my fingers, dogs in general are always positive associations in your dreams no matter what they are doing. Though the book says that if your dog runs off or you drop the leash, you could be afraid of losing something you love (dog being the metaphor of "love" since your natural tendency of dog is unconditional love). Maybe a friend the book said?? Ha, listen to me, I am trying to be the crystal ball reader! The book is fun anyway.

    But regardless my funny dream book says that dog dreams are pretty literal so like Desrae says, if you are having bad dreams about our little pups running away, you probably are nervous they are going to run away (at least I always am! ha).

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    Does anyone believe that in some way if a dog or loved one passes, somehow they come in dreams? Tuesday night was bad but I think something happened and Wednesday I had a whole different outlook. So it was a good dream

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    I used to dream about my dog as a pup, as she slept downstairs..Now, she has manipulated herself to the bottom of our bed. Providing I can feel the weight of her on my feet, I don't tend to dream about her.

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    Default Absolutely.... dreams can do this!!

    Quote Originally Posted by anniemac View Post
    Does anyone believe that in some way if a dog or loved one passes, somehow they come in dreams? Tuesday night was bad but I think something happened and Wednesday I had a whole different outlook. So it was a good dream

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    Ann, someone else here posted about one of their rainbow Cav visiting them in their dreams to comfort them. I am sure Ms Ella would do that. She is an angel after all... looking after you and other Cavvies too. I also believe their spirits live and they will be waiting for us.

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    Yes anne olivers mom posted about this a few days ago . U should read the thread, it will comfort you..
    Mom of Blondie aka The Monster, my furry daughter and loyal friend!!!!!!!!

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    "I will meet you in my dreams heartbroken " is the name of thread
    Mom of Blondie aka The Monster, my furry daughter and loyal friend!!!!!!!!

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    When I put my Rottweiler, Gary, to sleep, I had dreams of him quite often. They were ones of him miraculously coming back to life, healthy and happy. I think it was a mixture of me missing him and being sad along with thoughts that he is happy and pain free over the rainbow bridge. I still miss that guy.

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