5 Signs Your Dog Has A Sleep Disorder

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Last Updated on December 23, 2020

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Sleep problems are pretty common in humans, but what you probably didn’t know is that your puppy can also suffer from sleep disorders. When you think about your dog’s health, dog insomnia or narcolepsy must be pretty far from the first thing that comes to your mind, right? The truth is, health problems related to sleep are more common in dogs than one would believe, and if you want a healthy dog, you should be making sure that your furry best friend is getting between 12 to 14 hours of sleep every day. But how to know if your dog has insomnia and what can you do to prevent it?
According to specialists, observing your dog’s behavior can be the key to figuring out if they are suffering from a sleep disorder. Dogs who don’t get enough sleep might wake up frequently during nighttime and appear to be more lethargic during the day. These behaviors might be followed by frequent moaning and crying, and as things aggravate, they may display more aggressive behavior. Your dog’s immune system might even become compromised, which can increase the risk of infection. But here are five signs that show your dog may have a sleeping problem.

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