January 29, 2019 posted by Editor
Dog sleep behavior: Although dogs need up to 20 hours of sleep per day, most dogs will adjust their sleep patterns to spend more time with their owners.
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October 3, 2018 posted by Editor
Canine comforts. Pick a spot for your dog to sleep. Most dogs will go where you tell them if you establish dominance over the house first.
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May 16, 2018 posted by Editor
Science says sleep with your dog to get a better night’s sleep, reduce stress, improve your heart, lower your blood pressure, reduce pain, boost emotional health and reduce the risk of allergies.
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March 25, 2018 posted by Editor
If you sleep with your pup, practice dog sleep safety. Make sure your dog’s paws are clean, watch for fleas and ticks and give your dog enough space.
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February 25, 2018 posted by Editor
Buying a dog bed for your pup offers benefits including better sleep, reduced injury risk, greater warmth and peace of mind.
February 7, 2018 posted by Editor
Curling up — the most common dog sleep position — provides the greatest security. Dogs curl with paws underneath and tail wrapped around the face.
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July 8, 2017 posted by Editor
The most common cause of canine insomnia is pent-up energy. Help your dog sleep through the night by making sure she gets plenty of exercise.
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May 8, 2017 posted by Editor
Soft dog crates create a cozy, comfortable den and makes it easier to house-train your dog and help her overcome separation anxiety.
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February 5, 2017 posted by Editor
Sleeping with dogs is part of our DNA. According to evolutionary psychologists, since humans domesticated canines, we have been sleeping with dogs.