9 hours of sleep are key to dogs' happiness & health: Let them nap the day away.Sleep plays 'significant role' in dogs' wellbeing, study reveals (Image: Getty) Sign up for FREE for latest news plus tips to save money and the environment.
Almost half of dogs have amused their owners by waking themselves up after breaking wind (Image: SWNS)Six in ten (59 percent) admitted they should educate themselves more on dogs and their sleeping patterns to ensure they're living a healthy life.
Researchers at Concordia's Pediatric Public Health Psychology Lab (PPHP) found that the sleep quality of children sharing beds with their pets is much better than the ones who sleep alone.Sharing their bed with a pet brings positivity and sound sleep to children at night.
Pet parents share their exercising experience with their furry babies.“My dog, Kai, feels that my yoga mat is a place to sleep,” shares Priyanka Thaker, a working professional and a pet parent.
As the front door closes behind him, my own summer holiday begins: a week with no dog sleeping on my feet or barking every time the bell rings, or staring at me intently as I try to write, or read, or watch TV.“I hope they make it down OK,” my wife says.
At TeamDogs, our brand new sister site, we don’t do politics – we love big and small breeds equally, and if you vote to let your pup sleep on your bed that’s entirely up to you – but we couldn’t help but notice that another Cabinet minister has recently become a dog owner.
Ben Dodd wants you to “consider using a wormery where the worms will feed off the bags and waste”, according to Pet Business World.That’s fine, as long as I’m able to sleep at night while thinking about worms eating poo in a bin out back.
The cottagecore rattan is very on-trend (Picture: Time4Sleep)Research from Sainsbury’s Bank recently revealed that almost a quarter of UK adults (24%) have welcomed a new pet into their home since March 2020, or are planning to do so before Easter 2021.
Think twice before kicking your pooch out the bed (Picture: Getty Images/EyeEm)If you’ve ever felt like you’ve needed to justify sharing a bed with your dog, then we have excellent news for you.
Kaley also shared a sweet message about Petunia on her Instagram Story, thanking Paws For Life K9 Rescue for rescuing her in the first place.In Karl’s Instagram post, he shared several pictures and videos of Petunia, including a photograph of the dog sleeping on a sofa alongside Kaley.
Owner Donna Rennison, from Jarrow, Tyne and Wear, has documented her creative and adorable hand-rearing techniques, which include buying the pups heat pads, building them a feeding station and giving them teddies to cuddle.The puppies’ feeding station (Picture: Caters News Agency)‘The days following we researched a lot on how to hand-rear the puppies from the internet.
Photograph: Christopher Thomond/The Guardian The charity has 1,060 active patients, which includes 397 staffordshire bull terriers like Poochie, 93 cats, two rabbits and one ferret – and these pets provide crucial companionship and a sense of responsibility to people experiencing homelessness in different ways, from people sleeping on a friend’s sofa or living in temporary accommodation to those having to bed down on the streets.
Ronnie and Reggie both have cleft palates – which are expensive to treat (Picture: ) ‘Some people say that they’re not worth it, but we couldn’t disagree more.’ (Picture: )‘The current theory is that his parathyroid glands aren’t working properly and he will need an operation to sort this,’ explains Ruth.
According to a study, researchers found out that memories play at the same speed during sleep for dogs as when they are awake.The study believes that dogs sleep and images of past events replay in their minds in a much similar way as it does in human minds while dreaming.
I had long wanted to be a dog foster parent but, as I was only ever home for a few days at a time (sleep off jet lag, wash clothes, go again), it was not the right environment for a pet – even for a borrowed one.
Just a dog and his duckies (Picture: Silvio Salvan / SWNS)The owner decided to see if he could position the ducks on his sleepy companion who managed to balance eight at a time.Sparky was none the wiser (Picture: Silvio Salvan / SWN).