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Sucking Sound When Settling In?

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Gypsy is our first Chinese Crested, a beautiful rescue we took in. What a wonderful, loving breed! But Gypsy has an unusual habit. When settling in to sleep, she makes a strange sucking sound--sort of a quack. I've never heard this in a dog before, nor do I see it mentioned on Chinese Crested sites. She does it repeatedly, rhythmically, and calmly, and moves her jaw slightly with each one as though she were sucking her mouth dry. It lasts for maybe 10-15 seconds after she has curled up to sleep. Have you ever heard of this? Is it common among CC's? Thank you for any info.



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I have never heard or seen anything like it.....I wonder why she does it


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I have never heard or seen anything like it.....I wonder why she does it

I do, too. One person said it sounded like teeth grinding, but I don't hear that. And it's very calm, and always when she's getting ready to sleep. Gypsy the wonder dog, as in "I wonder why she does that?"



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if we hear little clicking sounds at night in bed we automatically know now that Magee is biting his toenails- entire foot is in his mouth and click, click, click--no fingernails, just his toenails.  They are a funny little breed--  Don't ya just love their little quirks?






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