Why does my dog move so much when he sleeps?
he sleeps on a dog pillow with enough room for him to spread out
Dogs such as humans move because dreams, cold, and when you are resting you noes muscles move cause the blood is circulating fast it's normal. I study at Yale
I need more information... Possibly because where he sleeps is uncomfortable for him. The sleeping area is too small, rough, ect.
Maybe he isn't comfortable where he's sleeping?Or maybe he's having a nightmare?
because they dream like we do, and even we move in our sleep. the dog is probably dreaming
Just a common sleep disorder. My dog is the same. Heavy dream and twitching along with open eyes is common for dogs you dont need to worry
It tells you we aren't the only beings that dream.
He's probably dreaming. Maybe having a nightmare about a giant cat closing in on him or something.
Dogs quiver and shake and sometimes will even bark or growl while sleeping, just like people their dreaming.
Dogs are like humans. We both move in our sleep, when we are dreaming. Some dogs sleepwalk. If he sleepwalks, and hurts himself, or wakes people up, see your vet.