This IS The Sweetness Wake-Up Call


So, sharing a bed with a dog does intensify the bond, and dates back to when we shared caves with wolves still evolving into dogs thousands of years ago. Sure, you don’t want to roll over on the dog so you’re careful and for some sleep quality can suffer, and some dogs do snore or even bark. On the other paw, dogs don’t get up to pee in the night and there’s usually no chance of them going to bed angry. And for sure, they wake up happy – happy to just wake up – there’s something to learn there. And this phenomenon is true world-wide.