Discover Your Dog’s Personality From His Sleeping Position!


Dogs’ word is mysterious; full of secrets and surprises. From their body language to their sleeping positions, dogs are sending us direct messages about them, some of them are clear to be understood and some need to be described and analyzed to understand. Just like dogs’ ways to talk with their humans. Each act from your dog has its secret, each sound has its own message even his sleeping position!

All dog owners know well that dogs have their own crazy sleeping positions, just like these puppies who are sleeping in the most adorable way. But have you ever thought that each position reveals a secret about your dog’s personality?!

The Side Sleeper
Sleeping Position

If your pooch tends to sleep on the side, it means that they’re incredibly comfortable with their surroundings, are secure with themselves, and are in no way high-maintenance. Dogs who sleep in this position tend to be happy-go-lucky and fiercely loyal.

The Snuggly Fox

Sleeping Position

Dogs’ paws will be comfortably tucked away under their bodies, and the tails will wrap all the way round til it touches the face. Dogs who sleep in this position are gentle, easy-going, and have a naturally sweet disposition.

The ‘Superman’ Pup

Sleeping PositionMany dogs sleep on their stomachs, but the “super” pups are probably the most adorable of them all. With all of their four limbs stretched out and heads level on the ground, they look like they’re flying through the air. Pups who sleep in this position are super high-energy and very easily motivated.

The Crazy LegsSleeping Position


This sleeping position means that they’re very confident and secure with themselves, and with their home environment. Dogs who assume this sleeping position usually tend to be very laid-back and have an independent streak.

The Tummy Curl

Sleeping Position

Dogs that sleep in this position may not be as relaxed, since the muscles are still too tense to enable them to drift into the REM stage of sleep. Pooches who curl up on their tummies while they sleep tend to be very gentle, but slightly timid and shy.

The Passed Out

Sleeping Position

Dogs who sleep in this position are highly confident in themselves, and they also tend to be very adaptable to different and new situations.