What can your dog’s favorite sleeping position tell you about them?
Our dogs know everything about unconditional love, loyalty, and companionship. And just like people, every one of them has a unique personality.
We know that every happy pet owner is interested in learning more about their best friend, so we decided to give you some valuable information about your dog’s favorite sleeping position. It can reveal a lot about our little friends, their habits, and personalities.
Sleeping on the side
If you often see your dog sleeping in this position, it means they’re very comfortable with their environment and feel confident and secure. Those are usually happy, carefree, and very loyal dogs.
This position is probably the most common one. Dogs sleep like this to try to preserve their body heat. If your dog chooses this "snuggly fox" position, they’re most likely easy-going and gentle and have a very sweet disposition.
Dogs who sleep in this position, with their limbs stretched out and their belly down, have a great personality. They’re always full of energy, very easily motivated, and very happy. The position is more typical for puppies than for adult dogs.
Every time you see your favorite dog sleeping in this position, it’ll bring a smile to your face. Believe it or not, it’s really comfortable for them. These dogs are very confident and secure with themselves and are happy with their families. Dogs who prefer this sleeping position tend to be very relaxed and independent.
Sleeping on the tummy
If your pet chooses to sleep in this position, it means they’re not completely relaxed. This position is almost like preparation for the deeper sleep to come. Those doggies who love this position are often the most energetic and adventurous ones, always ready to have fun with you. Usually they have very sweet personalities, although they may be a little shy.
Doesn’t this position totally look like someone has fainted? Don’t worry, everything is just fine with your dog; they sleep like this to try and cool down as quickly as possible.
Dogs who sleep in this position are happy, and they feel safe and relaxed. Plus, these dogs tend to adapt to new situations more easily.
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