They both glanced over to where Snickers lay, snoring on his back, feet in the air.
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Sleeping Positions That Will Tell You A Lot About Your Beloved Pup
Because our pets can’t directly tell us things about them, sometimes we as pet owners have to take it upon ourselves to do some digging, while paying attention to key clues. And those clues can sometimes come from some pretty unlikely places.
Take, for instance, the position that your dog sleeps in.
She glanced back to the dog who’d snored lightly the entire time they’d talked.
“See you later, Lump. Don’t work so hard.”