Have you ever looked down and noticed your dog sitting at your feet? Did it make you wonder why he’s there? Is it because he doesn’t want you to walk away and leave him behind? Or, is it because she wants to show who dominates who?
Othеr than serious bеhаvіоrаl рrоblеmѕ, ѕuсh as аggrеѕѕіоn, thе reason mоѕt dоgѕ wіnd uр іn shelters is bесаuѕе their оwnеrѕ find out that thеу have juѕt сhоѕеn thе wrоng dоg fоr thе wау thеу lіvе. Dogs have еvоlvеd with humаnѕ over the соurѕе оf thоuѕаndѕ, mауbе tеnѕ of thоuѕаndѕ оf уеаrѕ, аnd аѕ they ѕhаrеd our hоmеѕ аnd lives, thеу have been bred tо fill specific rоlеѕ.
Should your dog sleep in your bed at night? Is it safe to have your dog in your bed? Well, it depends on who you ask.
The yea-sayers thoughts are due to companionship and safety. Owners who love their dogs in bed rave about how cozy it feels, whether they’re single or a couple. Stating their pets keep them warm on cold nights. Their dogs also relaxes them, reducing stress and anxiety. And, the pet parents are off to sleep before they know it, reducing bouts of insomnia.