Adorable Puppy Has A Bad Dream During Naptime

Watching your dog twitch in their sleep is perhaps one of the cutest things that you can witness. It’s always such a wonder as to what they could be thinking of? Are they chasing a cat? Are they running through a field of tennis balls? Who knows!

While our dogs are adorable on their own while sleeping, they are no comparison to puppies. Puppies are the absolute cutest things ever when they sleep. And if they begin twitching in their sleep it is pure cuteness! More than that, it’s cuteness overload. If you’ve ever gotten to see a little puppy experience a dream then you have probably seen the preciousness that is a little baby doggie kicking about in their sleep. It’s a joy that makes you want to reach for your phone so you can record it.

And that is just what one person did as they watched a little Labrador puppy who was having an intense dream. The tiny pooch was kicking and swatting his legs about in his sleep – all involuntary movements. If only we all looked as cute as this little tyke while sleeping. If his little back legs kicking weren’t precious enough, he then went on to roll himself up into a burrito of cuteness. Thank goodness the owner caught it all on video. 

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