The way a dog sleeps can tell us a lot about their personality, health, and emotional state. Here is what dog sleeping positions mean.
In this articles, we will break down the most common dog sleeping positions and explain the science behind why dogs sleep in certain positions.
Head and Neck Raised
Some dogs seek out a sleeping position where their head and neck are raised. They will usually leverage the side of their dog bed or a couch cushion.
If your dog likes to sleep in a position where their head and neck are raised, it could mean that they may have issues breathing properly — something that is commonly seen with chronic heart disease and other health problems.