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Fitness Minutes: (3,833) Posts: 2,094 10/13/09 5:18 P
I guess I've never really worried about it. Mine seem to sleep a lot, and when they're not sleeping, they're playing!
Kelly...originally from Denver, CO, but now a Texas girl by choice!
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current weight: 178.8
Fitness Minutes: (16,010) Posts: 1,262 10/13/09 4:26 P
My baby has always slept alot! Espically after she has had a meal!
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current weight: 135.0
Posts: 473 10/13/09 4:00 P
Toji and Chiyo both sleep a lot. Especially since we are working all day and not home to keep them occupied. I have noticed that when we are home and they are more active during the day, after dinner time they both eagerly find a place to sleep. Luckily, they both sleep great during the night. And, they both sleep in the bed with us!
Pounds lost: 22.4
Posts: 3,990 10/11/09 11:16 A
Mighty Joe is 14 and in the last 6-8 months he now sleeps a LOT more. Unfortunately, he is getting up at 4:30AM! We deal with it though.
I think as long as a dog has some activity in the day, there's no need for worrying. And what each individual dog needs probably varies, just like with humans.
I get about 7 hours sleep and have a friend who HAS to get 9 hours sleep!
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