2. The Snuggly Fox
If you catch your dog curled-up in this snuggly position with their paws tucked away and their tails wrapped around their bodies, then they’re in a sleep position that is considered the most common and the most protective.
Many wild animals sleep in this position because it conserves their body heat the best. They can also wake up very quickly from this position, so the position is a dog’s most defensive. It’s like a “do not disturb” sign, indicating they want to rest, so it’s best to leave them alone.
Dogs who sleep in this position are gentle, easy-going, and have a naturally sweet disposition.
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