If your dog sleeps in the following positions, it means it doesn’t treat you as its owner.
2023/10/30

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Sleeping with my back to youWhen a dog sleeps with his back to you, it may mean that they don't trust you or that they don't want to bond with you.

Sleep facing the doorWhen dogs sleep facing the direction of the door, it may be because they feel unsafe and want to sleep near the nearest escape exit.

Like sleeping on the sofaIf your dog always sleeps on the couch instead of your bed or the floor, it means they may not consider you their owner but instead consider themselves part of the family.

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always sleep in your bedWhile some dogs love sleeping in their owner's bed, if they always take center stage of the bed, it could mean they think they're the boss of the family, not your pet.

I always like to sleep with something in my armsIf your dog always likes to sleep with things, such as quilts, dolls, etc., when sleeping, this is a sign that the dog does not treat you as its owner. If you were your owner, your dog would obviously sleep with you in your arms.

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dog sleeping aloneIf your dog always chooses to sleep alone rather than share his bed with you, he may be reluctant to be in close contact with you, which means you need more time to build your relationship.

Faced with this situation, the pet owner must spend more time with the dog, let the dog know that you love it and will not hurt it, play with the dog more often, and reward it with appropriate snacks.

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