In stark contrast, the average human adult sleeps less than the eight hours suggested by the American Sleep Association.
Dogs are serious sleepers.
Doesn't my dog always lay at my feet? Dog expert and Rover employee Nicole Ellis says yes.
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Many dogs even prefer it. However, this doesn't mean it's always the best option.
How so? First of all, your dog's snoring and shifting around in bed may prevent you from obtaining enough rest.
It may also be difficult, if not impossible, to train your dog to leap up onto the bed.
According to Ellis, neither the floor nor your favorite featherbed will do.
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