Why do dogs sleep with a particular person?

One of the most common questions that I get from new dog owners is “Who does my dog sleep with?”

Why do dogs sleep with a particular person?

The answer to this question depends on a number of factors.
When making a decision about who your dog should sleep with, it is important to consider their age, any medical conditions they may have, and their personality.

The age of your dog is an important consideration because some puppies and senior dogs have difficulty sleeping alone. This can be especially true for senior dogs who have lost their sight or hearing due to old age. If your dog is elderly and needs companionship at night, you may want to consider getting another dog or cat as a companion for them.

If your dog has any medical conditions such as arthritis or joint pain then they may need help getting up off the floor or bed in order to relieve themselves during the night. In this case, it may be beneficial for them to sleep with someone else in order to avoid having to take these types of trips at night when they might not be able to see well enough or hear well enough to navigate around the house safely.

Finally, if your dog has an aggressive personality then they should not sleep with anyone else in the house because they could injure them accidentally while trying