Belly and Side Sleeper
"Most of the time a dog is sleeping on his side or belly with all four paws laid out, he is dozing. Less often, he may fall into a deep sleep from this position."
"To many dog owners, this is the funniest of all positions: four paws in the air. A dog gets dream sleep and is the most relaxed in this position, because his stomach is exposed to the air, so he is able to keep cool, and none of his muscles are tense,so he is able to relax completely. In this position- and the side positions to a lesser extent- is where you will witness a lot of the funny dream states happening, including kicking, wagging tails, nose ad whiskers twitching, muffled barks and cries, mouths moving like they are eating, feet running, snoring, an, sometimes, flat-out bliss."
This is my favourite but Mom doesn't have any pics! but they will be up soon!
"This is a common resting or napping position. Dogs wake up very quickly from this position."
"When a dog sleeps back-to-back next to another dog, they are bonding: They feel safe protecting each other. When they lie on their backs next to you, they are taking time to bond with you."
I don't do this one.
What sleeper are you?
Licks and Wags,