By: joel stice
Curling up in a ball: Dogs often sleep in this position to conserve body heat and feel secure.
The Superman position: Dogs lie on their stomachs with their legs stretched out behind them to cool down and regulate body temperature.
Back-to-back position: Dogs sleep with their backs touching another dog or human for a sense of companionship and warmth.
Side sleeping with legs in the air: Dogs may sleep on their sides with their legs extended to relax and feel comfortable.
Belly-up position: Dogs who sleep on their backs with their bellies exposed may be showing trust and relaxation.
Leaning against a wall or object: Some dogs lean against a wall or object while sleeping to feel supported and secure.
Spooning position: Dogs may sleep close to another dog or human, with their bodies touching, to seek comfort and closeness.