Car Theft at Dog Training

Had a dream last night that I was taking our dog, Zeta, to dog training. I was driving, which I can’t do in real life. When we got there, we parked up on the side of the road and got out. I noticed a man getting into the car in front, with a girl in the passenger seat.

I started walking down the road with the dog, who was off lead at the time. I soon realised this and ran back with her to get the lead. I opened the boot and got the lead and a bag of other things we needed for training. As I was closing the boot, I noticed the man and girl were trying to get into my car. I pushed past them, pretending I was getting something from the glove compartment. I quickly shut the door and tried to drive off, but the keys weren’t in the car. All of the windows were also open and wouldn’t close, so the man reached through and tried to grab me. I reacted, punching and kicking him in the face. He soon fell and the police came to arrest him. I don’t know what happened to the girl.

So Zeta and I carried on into dog training, which was taking place in a secondary school. Whilst she was training, I went off to look around the school​. I found, in one of the halls, that an auction was going on. A man came up to me and asked if I was taking part in the auction. I said I wasn’t and he said “Shame, I would’ve bid on you.” and gave me a cheeky wink. The things they were auctioning off included some Doctor Who books. I wasn’t that interested though – I think in the dream I’d already got them – so I went back to the dog.

The training instructor, Sally, was sitting at a desk with a blonde girl. Sally asked if anything had happened recently as Zeta seemed distracted. I told her that mother was ill – which she was in real life too – and explained about the car incident. The blonde girl made a joke, which I laughed at, and I made some jokes too, which she laughed at. I had a cold in the dream and as I got up to go fetch Zeta, I wiped my nose with my hand. Sally said goodbye and the girl went to shake my hand, I said “Best not, eh.” and carried on.

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