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7 Astounding Reasons you should let your dog sleep with you on bed


We’ve heard the complaints: “DON’T LET YOUR DOG SLEEP IN YOUR BED.” People think that it’s not good for you, health-wise, most probably because they think it’s dirty. But that’s not true. Instead of the negative innuendos, it is rather good that your dog sleeps in the same bed – both for you and your dog.

Here are the reasons why:

1. Dogs give you comfort

It’s always comforting to cuddle your dog and feel the warmth of their body and hear their rhythmic breathing. Things become much cozier.

2. Dogs help you fight Insomnia

In their presence, you will feel safe and don’t feel much stress. That sense of security will keep you away from things that prevent you from having a good night’s sleep.

3. Snuggling them helps you with your anxiety and stress problems

As mentioned earlier, they are a great stress reliever. What they spread is their positive outlook and how they are attentive can be encouraging to you.

4. Dogs provide warmth

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As soon as you curl them up, you can feel the sense of warmth flowing from their body to yours. It might not be that effective in summer, but one can surely keep warm on a cold night.

5. Dogs help you fight depression

When someone goes through depression, it becomes hard for him/her to connect with someone. Dogs provide unconditional love, and someone battling depression can easily connect with that love. It can do wonders to fight during sketchy days.

6. Dogs make you feel safe

As dogs are known for providing security, letting them sleep with you on your bed will make you feel secured. You will know that there is someone watching over you, especially when you feel like you’re vulnerable.

7. Win Win situation for both

It’s good for your dog too. Your dog loves you the most. So when you let them sleep with you on your bed, you are exchanging the mutual trust with your dog. It will make their day if you just cuddle him/her up in your bed.

After reading all this, will you let your dog sleep with you in your bed?

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  1. And the same applies to cats as well. I can’t imagine my life without my furry family. Cats and dogs and birds and all the rest too.

  2. I have always let my dog sleep on my bed. it brings me a sense of well being, comfort. loving. I wouldn’t want it any other way. When Walter gors to the office to sleep I feel all alone. He comes back when he get chilly.

  3. Couldn’t agree more, my dogs have helped me through the darkest days of my life for as long as I can remember I’m now in my seventies 👍👍👍👍👍❤️

  4. also so true hornet but they are just too cute to move. what I do now is put my beautiful blue burmese called Huxley on his blankey and if you need to move him I can just slide him around easily on the bed without disturbing him 😚

  5. It’s difficult for some humans to understand or experience unconditional love given by dog/cat. It’s a love given to you without any strings attached, the giver wanting nothing in return perhaps a pat on the head. The feeling is enormous and you want to return the love. Those who have no animals don’t know what they’re missing………….

  6. All so true….dogs AND cats both have a calming effect on our nervous system. Mine have always slept in my bed…it’s their bed too!!

  7. After my last pet had to be put down,(he was old and kept falling down) I didn’t feel like I could go through all that again. So….I did the next best thing. I started dog and cat sitting. Now I have a large extended family and they ALL sleep with me whenever I’m with them. The love I feel from them and the acceptance they so readily give makes me wonder why everyone doesn’t learn how leading by example would put more humanity in humans.

  8. While I agree with the points in the article, some research that supports the claims and even expands on them would make a stronger argument. Does sleeping with pets improve immunity, for example?

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