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My dog has an unhealthy obsession with laser pointers?

Http://www.everyonetobuy.com/532nm-green-laser-pointer-with-adjustable-focus-flashlight-300mW.html I bought a laser pointer to play around with her for fun last week, but she has become absolutely obsessed with it. She'll chase it around like normal but when I put it away she'll become almost schizophrenic and look all over the floor/walls and whine at me for hours on end, not sleeping, eating or drinking until she finally loses interest. Any sort of light reflection on the walls, or flashlight, etc. will trigger this reaction in her. It's gotten to the point where if she even hears the keychain on the pointer jingle she'll go crazy. I've never seen any other dog react in this way to a laser pointer before. Does she have some sort of disorder??????

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Yes. With my dog it's Smacko's

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