What Does Your Dog’s Sleeping Position Say About Him?
Adorable secrets revealed.
Via: little things
The 'Side Sleeper" position
If your pooch tends to sleep on the side, it means that they're incredibly comfortable with their surroundings, are secure with themselves, and are in no way high-maintenance. And though your dog may be guarded and alert when awake, she feels blessed to be in your home and company, and has an enormous sense of trust in you. Dogs who sleep in this position tend to be happy-go-lucky and fiercely loyal.
The "Fox" Position
This is probably the most common position. their paws will be comfortably tucked away under their bodies and the tail will wrap all the way round till it touches the face. dogs who sleep in this positions are gentle, easy going and have a naturally sweet temper.
The "Superman" position
Many dogs sleep on their stomachs, but the "Super" pups are the most adorable of them all. with all their four limbs stretched out and head level on the ground, they look like they're flying. pups who sleep in this position are super high energy and very easily motivated.
The "Crazy Legs" position
Even though this position looks slightly odd, it's nothing to be concerned about - this just means that they are very confident and secure with themselves and with their home environment. Dogs who assume this sleeping position tend to be very laid-back and have an independent character.
The "Tummy Curl" position
Dogs that sleep in that position may not be as relaxed since their muscles are still too tense to enable them to drift into the REM stage of sleep. pooches who curl up on their tummies while they sleep, tend to be very gentle but slightly timid and shy.
The "Passed Out" position
Many dogs who sleep indoors opt for this "passed out" position. A dog will lie on its back in order to help themselves cool down as quickly and efficiently as possible. Most of the time, dogs who have expended lots of energy during the day, or who are overheated, will sleep flat on their backs. In addition, really happy, secure, and relaxed dogs will tilt their legs in the air during their sleep. Dogs who sleep in this position are highly confident in themselves, and they also tend to be very adaptable to different and new situations.
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