Big dogs, big dreams

There’s a correlation between the size of a dog and his sleep, says psychologist and dog researcher Stanley Coren, PhD. The bigger the dog, the longer the REM cycles — those portions of sleep in which most dreaming occurs. Lest you think that means big dogs dream more than little ones, Dr. Coren also says […]
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