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Can dogs have wet dreams?

I want to know if dogs are really able to have wet dreams (sleep with a full bladder) and if the canines in which this process occurs have any other differences from the domestic animals that are not involved in sex and reproduction.

There was some discussion on an other forum but nothing I've read in the book of Genesis and the Torah on this subject.

There are some interesting comments on the subject by scientists in the book of Exodus. They say that the Egyptian men urinated during the night and that this is proof that we're able to reproduce. This is probably true but the Egyptians were probably able to reproduce through other means not only urination.

What I'm looking for is scientific evidence that either proves or disproves the fact that a dog is able to have wet dreams. If a dog has a wet dream can he do it again and can he mate with his mate in this state?

I know that dogs have no sexual drive and dogs aren't able to feel sexual arousal because they have no genitals but I wonder if there's some other way that dogs are able to procreate.

The other aspect I'm curious about is if the dog can ejaculate and is semen able to mix with a dog's vaginal secretions and have a fertilization affect.

I know that the Egyptians were able to procreate without sex and the Bible mentions that as well.

A.D. 930. On a winter's day, the Lord appeared to Solomon as he came from Jerusalem, and said to him, "As you have asked, I have made you king over all Israel."

A.D. 1452. The Church, or assembly of Christians, at Trent, in the days of the bishops who held a council at the request of pope Sixtus IV, decreed that the clergy should not marry, but should abstain from all other living with the woman but should keep the rule of continence, and the pope's approval was also sought of this decree. In the following year, however, the clergy were advised by the pope's legates to observe continence, and he himself expressed the opinion that in time the clergy should only live with one woman to avoid the dangers of excess. So, from that time onwards, the clergy, without marrying, lived a life of continence, and they also abandoned all their possessions, and went to live in the service of the Church.

The church decreed and believed that women were not only unable to enjoy sex or have sex, but also that even the act of having sex with a woman was sinful, a sin more so than if it were done to a man.

A.D. 1546. The council which met at Trent decreed that to marry in the Church was a matter of the civil power, and that this union should always be as a bond of holy and indissoluble matrimony, that a religious should not marry, and should not have intercourse with a woman but in the act of marriage, and that a religious who did not keep the religious life should live with women in adultery. So all the acts of sodomy were in fact condemned.

The church decreed and believed that women were not only unable to enjoy sex or have sex, but also that even the act of having sex with a woman was sinful, a sin more so than if it were done to a man. It has been written by some who claim to be the truth in matters of this kind that there were people who made it their business to procure women and girls for the pleasure of priests and bishops and their associates. All who made this business their profession were men of bad reputation, who plundered the provinces and took advantage of those who lived in cities and regions of Germany and Italy where there were many young girls. In fact, they would even approach houses of nuns, and ask that the women who were living there would let them have their women, and often they would come with a large following of men, so that there were few women who did not go out of the convent, and these were usually very young and tender and attractive. In the end, many of them fell into the hands of these men, so that the city of Rome was filled with girls who had been stolen, and sold by the priests, bishops and abbots, and were now kept in the country or other places, and were called concubines, mistresses, slaves and prostitutes.

Because of the scandal they aroused in the eyes of the people, and because these practices were the sin of priests and religious men and not of their women, and because of their wickedness and malice, the priests and monks were forced to cover up their evil deeds with pious phrases and pious titles, and they went so far as to say that no one could ever know what had happened in a monastery, and that the women who lived in a convent should not be blamed for the evil deeds which they did, for they were under the control of priests and religious, as were the women in the household of a priest. Thus they were able to conceal their misdeeds for a time, so long as no one could find any proof of them, and, above all, no one could point out the evil doing of the priests, bishops and abbots.

The priests of Rome were always at the head of all the churches throughout Italy, and therefore they took in charge the revenues of all the churches, which were very great, for the bishopric of Rome had a large number of parishes and the clergy held a number of benefices, while there were also numerous conventuals and monastic institutions. It was easy, then, for the clergy to acquire great riches and to live in great wealth and luxury, for they knew how to avail themselves of the resources of all these institutions.

Moreover, the churchmen and clerics began to practise evil deeds against their subjects. In all Italy they extorted the tithe of crops, which was one-third of the produce of fields and pastures, one-third of the fruits of all trees and of wood, of oil, of wine, and of the wool and skins of animals. They imposed on the country people and peasants the service of tithes, and they did this by taking from them, through various means, such as by violence, or by fraud, or by intimidation, a third part of all the crops they brought to market, and in particular of those which the peasants brought to market every year, for in the time of the clergy the people were forced to live on an almost absolute dependence on the provisions of their land, and they did not dare to use up their crops, unless they knew that the tithes were not exacted from them.

Moreover, by the means which the clergy took to extort their tithes and services, they robbed the peasants not only of their crops, but also of all that they needed, for the clergy compelled them to give all they had to them, or else they would have taken it by force. These oppressions not only led to much hardship for the people, but also to great suffering for the farmers and tillers of the soil, for by this means, both during and after the pestilence of 1348, there were more and greater famines, especially in Italy, because not only had all the men, women and children died in greater numbers than usual, but the survivors had lost all their strength and strength, so that they could not work or till their lands or do any other useful work. And during the last years of the century, in 1348 and 1349, there was a greater scarcity of crops and of food throughout Italy, and this scarcity was greater in many places than in others, in some regions, such as Tuscany


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