I have no idea why I posted this.
It's a human curiosity that our dogs kick and bark during sleep. It kinda tells us that they have a life beyond the their waking moments just like we do. My dog "Kiano" didn't really know how to bark completely when we picked him up at the mall pet shop. My dog had to learn to bark properly. While on vacations we would take him to the kennel where he learned how to really bark. He gets so ferocious when he sees the nieghbors dogs going out. I tell him that they are his buddies next door, but he doesn't listen and barks loud with hair standing up on his back. When he gets close they are all buddies again.
Often I think about a senario were we have an intruder trying to get in the house and he goes over to greet him and tells the intruder "Yes, come right in" with tail wagging. Asking the intruder if he wants to play with his toy orange broomstick dog
. Japanese Chins are not guard dogs.
At the mall pet shop they wanted $500 for him and I thought it was to much. Knowing that he wasn't a puppy anymore I made an offer of $300 and the worker called his manager and the manager said "ok". Then I became concerned for a moment and ask the store people if they had dropped him on his head or something.