Haven’t we done what this puppy is doing? Dozing off, but not want to really go to bed? We’ll change positions to find the most comfortable spot to lean again. That’s exactly what this puppy is doing in the video. And she does it in the sweetest way. Because she has the sweetest face. 🙂 As she leans her lovely face against a cabinet, her head keeps sliding down the side of the cabinet. Before her head touches the floor, she wakes herself up, and moves around for a second, then leans against the cabinet again. Watch how she uses her paws to support herself while she sleeps. We’ve all seen dogs fall asleep and trying NOT to. There’s something about this sweet puppy that makes watching her a lovely experience. Just want to pick her up and put her in a cozy, comfortable bed so she can completely relax and take a proper nap.
How to wake a dog when he’s sleeping
Some people recommend that when a dog is sleeping, do not wake them up. They think that a dog may be startled if we touch them in their sleep and in a moment of instinctual self-preservation (as they would in the wild) act out of self-defense because they can’t see that it is their beloved family waking them up. Perhaps this applies to individuals. And perhaps every relationship is different. Some people have had experiences that sent them to the hospital. And some have no problem at all. If you want to be on the safe side, this is what you can do. If you want to wake your dog up from her sleep, call her name. Let her wake up at a distance from you. Others suggest throwing treats near their beds. They’ll wake up to a treat, and they’ll see you at a distance. Perhaps the point of these advisers is to not touch them while they are asleep, but wait til they awake to touch them. Enjoy this sweet moment watching this lovely puppy doze off.