Think you really know all about your pooch? Well you might learn something new as you figure out what kind of sleeper your lovable pooch is.
If there’s one thing every good dog owner knows, it’s the complex personalities and expressions of their beloved pups. From a tail wag to a simple whine, owners know their precious pooches inside and out.
In an exclusive guide below, we look at some of the most common sleeping positions that dogs everywhere choose to adopt.
Very interestingly, “outdoor” and “indoor” pups assume very different sleeping positions.
Scroll further to read about all the unique sleeping positions that dogs can have.
How does your dog most commonly sleep?
The Tummy Curl
Dogs that sleep in this position may not be as relaxed, since the muscles are still too tense to enable them to drift into the REM stage of sleep, according to Dog’s Best Life.
The Crazy Legs
Dogs who assume this sleeping position usually tend to be very laid-back and have an independent streak.
The Passed Out
Most of the time, dogs who have expended lots of energy during the day, or who are overheated, will sleep flat on their backs.
The ‘Superman' Pup
Many dogs sleep on their stomachs, but the “super” pups are probably the most adorable of them all. With all of their four limbs stretched out and heads level on the ground, they look like they’re flying through the air.
Dogs who sleep in this position are highly confident in themselves, and they also tend to be very adaptable to different and new situations.
How interesting! Now it all makes sense. Your pooch is showing his true personality while he sleeps. Next time you catch your pup catching some Z's, you mightYour pooch is showing his true personality while he sleeps. want to pay closer attention to his body language.
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