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Originally posted by argentus
Is he primarily staring from a lighted area into a darkened one?
Y'know animals get "floaters" also -- those bits of cellular matter in our eyes that create those annoying little visual intrusions. I wonder...... is you dog an older dog? Does he make any other indicators, such as noises, does he seem particularly alert when doing this, and finally....... does he do it if you are not present also, that is..... spying on him?
Oh dear. Now I've suggested you spy on your dog. There has to be something fundamentally wrong with that. ;o)
Maybe a few of us together can figure this out. I'll look for your reply.
Originally posted by hawaiigurl
In the cultural of Hawaii, most of the Hawaiian people believe that dogs (especially) can see things that humans cannot see, such as ghosts or spirits. It is also believed that if you put the dogs makapiapia (the crusty or slimy things in your eye that you wake up with) in your eye, you will see what the dogs see. My husbands friend did this and it totally freaked him out, he was trying to run away and hide from what he was seeing, he said that he saw things that just totally scared him and he would never do it again. Would I recommend you doing this, I wouldn't even do this myself so I guess that's a no. But if anyone does do this then it would be exciting to hear about it. Maye you should try taking pictures or put a video camera up to see if there is any paranormal things happening, maybe hook a camera up to your dog.
He doesn't make any noises, but alot of the time he cocks his ears up, so he might be hearing something, although he does the same thing if you start cutting up cheese, so I don't know what that means.