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5 Reasons Why Dogs Should Sleep In Our Beds

Having a pet sleep beside you can be very advantageous with lots of justifications to back it up. Although most people don’t like sharing their beds with dogs, it also depends on whether both dogs and parents are okay with it.

Facts and studies reveal that dogs love to sleep in our beds and it is no current event. Aboriginal Australians are the perfect examples backing the reviews with their belief.

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1. They Feel Secure

They receive comfort, security, and believe they get protection against spirits when they sleep with their dogs on the same bed.

2. Less Anxiety

Notwithstanding the disadvantages found, such as allergies and improper sound sleep, these cannot outweigh the physical and mental stability it gives us. Most people like to sleep with their dogs in their beds because it gives them a calm and relaxed feeling. With our dogs around, there’s an atmosphere of serenity in our environment, which even gives us a better night’s sleep.

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3. Reliable at Being Vigilant

Dogs are vigilant even in their sleep; thus, when something goes out of the way, they are fast to perceive and draw your attention to it. This makes one have a sound sleep without carrying the world’s fear of insecurity. Every dog feels an urge to protect its mom; thus, being around you all the time makes no difference to sharing time in bed as well. It makes them more calm and proud to be on guard.

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4. Sweet Cuddles for Warmth

When it’s cold, we cuddle up with our cute fluffy pups. There’s no doubt our fluffy pups love that sweet experience.

5. A Great Alarm

The best alarm to wake you on time for an early energetic stroll is your dog. Dogs love to stroll as well.

Having to share our beds with your dog can be very unusual, but a pet should not be compelled to such experience if not in want of it. It’s best to have a mutual feeling and understanding with your dog when it comes to sharing the same bed.

Watch the video below and find out why dogs want to sleep in the same bed as you.

Video: AnimalWised

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Billy Maxwell

I love dogs! When I was 10 years old we had an Alsatian named "Damfo" - he was so big and strong it seemed like he was taking me for walks instead of the other way round. Our second dog was "Dinah", a beautiful pure bread Boxer. Later, in college, I earned extra money by dog sitting, training, and dog walking. I love to share stories with other dog lovers. Dogs are AMAZING!!

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