What Your Pet’s Sleeping Position Means

There’s often no telling what’s going on in your pets head at any given moment. From chasing their tails to biting at shadows, they can act a little kooky. The best way for us to understand them is through their body language. We know when they’re happy to see us, and when they want us…

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5 Benefits to Sleeping with Your Pet

Our pets are more than furry roommates – they’re members of our family. We buy them the tastiest treats, dress them up for Halloween, and nearly half of us allow them to sleep in bed with us. 62% of small dogs sleep in their owner’s bed 41% of medium-sized dogs sleep in their owner’s bed…

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Helping Your Dog Get Some ZZZ’s

Your dog needs exercise and stimulation throughout the day if they are to become tired and sleep all night. Ig you do not want them waking you up in the early hours, there are a few things you can do. Exercise Just Before Bed Taking them a walk, or letting them run around your backyard…

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Healthy Sleep Habits for You and Your Pet

If you can’t imagine sleeping without your pet in your room, it turns out you’re in good company. Many pet owners enjoy the companionship and security of having a pet in the bedroom at night. No matter where your pet sleeps—in the corner, under the bed, on the bed—both you and your pet need to…

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