Sleeping With Your Dog Helps You Bond
Another reason that your dog may be sleeping so close to you is simply to strengthen the bond with you. As you probably know, dogs are a species that become incredibly attached to their owners. They want to strengthen their bonds, and they do multiple things to do so.
Namely, dogs will sleep very close to their owners as a way to strengthen the bond with them. Because sleeping in packs shows trust and mutual support for wolves, dogs interpret it in much of the same way. Even if it doesn’t think there’s going to be a threat, your dog may sleep very close to you just to strengthen the bond.
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This is sometimes called the “Superman” position. It allows for a dog to pop up and be on their paws right away.
You often see this position with puppies who need to nap frequently but also want to be ready to jump up and play at a moment’s notice.
Dogs who sleep in this position don’t want to miss a chance to be in the action, even while they’re napping. It’s the position of choice for high-energy pups or pups who get sleepy during play and just want to plop down where they’re standing.
Why Does Your Dog SLEEP With YOU? – 6 Most Common Reasons
Admit it. You probably have more pictures of your dog sleeping stored on your phone than is socially acceptable. Don’t worry, you’re not alone. With the variety of adorable dog sleeping positions our fur-children settle into, who could blame you?
Dogs get around 8-14 hours of sleep a day. Puppies, around 18-20 hours. You might notice that your dog’s sleeping habits involve many different poses, but did you know there is meaning behind each snooze position?
Common dog sleeping positions vary from a tightly curled-up donut to a fully splayed-out sploot. Each position your pooch sleeps in is adorable, and each can tell you a little something about how they are feeling. It’s all about reading dog body language.
If your pup loves to retreat under blankets, pillows, and even fresh laundry for a nap, then your dog is a burrower. Dogs who love to burrow are seeking warmth, comfort, and safety. If you aren’t the type of pet parent who likes sharing your bed with your dog, then a burrow dog bed is a great option for your snuggle bug if he isn’t allowed to join you.
The Best Friends by Sheri burrow dog bed was specifically designed for dogs who love to burrow. The Cozy Cuddler bed comes with an attached blanket lined with soft faux fur your pup can cuddle under for a night of deep sleep. For smaller dogs or cats seeking more privacy when they’re off dozing, a pet hut cave bed is another great option.