How to ensure your dog gets a good nights sleep

How to ensure your dog gets a good nights sleep

Woof woof, fellow dog lovers! Are you tired of your furry friend waking you up in the middle of the night with their restless tossing and turning? Well, you're not alone. Just like us humans, dogs also need a good night's sleep to stay happy and healthy. So, to ensure your pupper gets the best rest possible, here are some tips that are guaranteed to have your furry friend howling with delight.

Get enough Excercise 

Give your dog the right ammount of excercise

Jusat like humans, dogs need to do cardiovascular excercise to stay healthy and get tired. Make sure your doggo gets plenty of exercise during the day, so they're tuckered out by bedtime. After all, a tired dog is a good dog, and a good dog is a well-rested dog.

Invest in a comfortable dog bed

Comfortable dog beds

Invest in a comfortable bed for your pooch. If you're anything like me, you love a good snooze on a fluffy pillow. So why not get your furry friend a bed that's just as comfy? We have a range of excellent dog beds including waterproof ones, furry ones and flat ones. Understanding how your doggy sleeps at night in terms of their position will help you make the right choice. 

You should also try and get the size of the dog bed right and this is where our experts can help you. Give us a call to find out the right sixe of dog bed for your pooch. We know all about the right size dog bed for puppies like whippets and labradors. 

Keep your doggy room dark and cool

Keep the room cool and dark. Dogs are like us humans, they prefer to sleep in a cool and dark environment. So, close the curtains, turn off the lights, and turn the AC on to ensure a pleasant sleeping experience for your fur baby.

Feeding time at the right time!

Avoid feeding your doggo right before bedtime. Just like us humans, a full stomach can make it difficult for dogs to fall asleep. Instead, feed them a few hours before bedtime and take them out for a walk afterward to help with digestion.

Routine, routine routine

Set up a routine. Dogs thrive on routine, so try to keep a consistent bedtime schedule. Plus, if your pooch knows what to expect, they'll be less likely to get restless during the night.

No to caffeine

Avoid giving your dog any caffeinated beverages before bedtime. It might seem obvious, but you'd be surprised at how many dog owners try to give their furry friends a little pick-me-up before bed. Remember, caffeine is not good for dogs, so stick to water instead.

Toys galore

Toys for dogs

Make sure your dog has plenty of toys to keep them occupied during the day. A bored dog is a restless dog, and a restless dog is a sleepless dog. So, keep those toys coming, and watch as your furry friend snoozes soundly through the night.

So there you have it, folks, some doggo-approved tips to ensure your furry friend gets the best night's sleep possible. Just remember, a happy dog is a well-rested dog, and a well-rested dog is a happy dog. Now, if you'll excuse me, I need to go catch some z's. Goodnight, fellow dog lovers!

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