WHY DO DOGS SLEEP ON THEIR BACKS?
Dogs sleep on their backs to show that they are relaxed and comfortable.
Back sleeping is a vulnerable position for dogs, so they only do it when they feel safe.
Dogs may sleep on their backs to cool down, as it exposes their belly to the air.
Some dogs may sleep on their backs to stretch out their muscles.
Puppies are more likely to sleep on their backs than adult dogs.
Certain breeds, such as Basset Hounds and Corgis, are more prone to back sleeping.
Dogs may also sleep on their backs as a way to bond with their owners.
If your dog suddenly starts sleeping on their back more often, it could be a sign of a health issue.