Monday, September 26, 2011

Bizkit the Sleep Walking Dog

Bizkit the Sleep Walking Dog


Sleepwalking occurs when the sleeper comes out of slow wave sleep in a state of low consciousness and performs activities that are usually performed when the sleeper is fully awake. (1) These activities can be harmless activities such as talking, walking around, and cooking. Sleepwalkers have also been known to perform activities that require high motor function such as driving a car. There have also been about 69 known cases known to date of homicidal somnambulism or sleep murder! (2)

Although in the video Bizkit does not hurt anyone else, he probably woke up surprised and with a sore head. I wonder what he was dreaming about? Enjoy!

-Mr. Sleep

1 comment:

  1. Who would’ve thought that sleepwalking is not just for humans? Dogs can have their sleepwalking moments too, and as pet parents, we should take care of this event as it can be associated with health problems with our dogs. You can learn more about sleep walking in dogs in this great article: