Have you ever needed to get something done but just couldn’t find the energy to do it? Our beloved dogs can suffer through the same sleepiness, as well, and if you’re lucky, you might catch them in the act of trying to stay awake.
Our dogs tend to wake up or stay asleep whenever they please. That’s why there are times when getting our pooches out of bed is like moving heaven and earth. Here are seven funny, lazy dogs who refused to get out of bed.
If you’re someone who has to wake up at 6AM on the weekdays, that’s exactly what your pup will do, too, even on weekends. But even though they have a set routine, that doesn’t mean that it’s set in stone. Here’s what you can do to help them sleep in!
Often, dog owners think those little leg twitches or tiny “yips” that comes out while their pups are sleeping have to do with the things their dogs are dreaming about. But do dogs dream? Or are those little twitches completely random? And if they do dream, what do they dream about?
According to a study on PTSD symptoms and anxiety, service animals may play a key role in a unique therapy to overcome nightmares. And even non-service pet dogs can help people get better sleep.