For many of us, sleeping is our favorite part of the day. You’re finally getting cozy in your bed after a long day of work and you finally fall asleep. But…oh wait, what is this weird feeling? Why is someone breathing so close to you? Then, you open your eyes and it’s your dog snuggling against you!
The most common thing to do is to just roll over and try to fall asleep again. After all, your dog has food, water, went for his walk, so they don’t actually need anything from you. But why are they always waking you up?
This might even become a problem for you and you might be asking yourself: “are there sleeping pills for dogs?” Wait a minute, though. Before you goo and medicate your dog, you should know that you’re not qualified to make that decision.
There are a lot of different reasons that can explain why your dog is awake at night, and don’t worry, even though seeing ghosts is a possibility it’s very unlikely.
If you’re wondering what to do about your dog sleeping habits keep reading!