Why Does My Puppy Sleep so Much?


Your puppy sleeping too much is probably a common occurrence since most dogs tend to sleep a lot after having meals. This is common with other predatory animals that mainly hunt during the night and rest during the day. Your puppy sleeping too much could also be a sign of overfeeding.
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Because they haven't had as much sleep as you have and they need to catch up on their sleep and that is why the older they get the less they sleep beause they are getting caught up.
1 Additional Answer
Puppies are like babies, they both need to sleep alot to grow healthy and strong. Sleeping in puppies is very normal. Also, they tire easily because the very act of learning how to use their legs makes them tired. Their bodies are brand new and they don't have the stamina yet to stay awake for long periods. Besides, when they are awake, puppies are very active so they need lots of sleep.
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