When you’re tired of working and it has been a long day at work, you want to take some rest and you miss your bed. After a long hard day, you come home in hopes of good night sleep on your bed, but unfortunately, it has been taken over by the dog. The dog is curled up into a ball, sleeping peacefully under your freshly washed sheets. So, you take a deep breath and sleep on the couch instead. The expressions of calm and happiness on the dog’s face are every dog lover’s heaven. They wouldn’t take it away for anything. Even if the cost is their own discomfort.
Our four-legged goofballs love to do everything we do. From sitting like us to sleeping in our beds, everything. We might buy them the most expensive yet the comfiest dog bed in the store but they would still be stealing ours. Just like we love our dogs, they love us too. They love to steal our spot and sleep with us in our beds. Sometimes they sleep in such weird positions that no space for us left on the bed. We have found the best 50 photos of dogs sleeping in their owner’s bed. Scroll down and check them out.
#1 Cozy little puppy.
#2 Now this is crashed out!
#3 Looks like he is having a sweet dream!
#4 That is a lot of dog for such a tiny bed.
#5 This one is wearing a hoodie! We could spoil this pupper rotten.
A question arises here. Why do dogs sleep with us in our beds? Well, according to a research dogs seek warmth and protection from their caretaker. Just the way they love and protect their human, they want to be loved and protected. Sleeping together is a form of bonding for dogs. They are trying to bond well with their owner and at the same time, they are developing a certain level of understanding. Since dogs possess a very strong sense of smell, even if we’re not in the bed they feel our presence by sniffing our odour that’s present in our bed. This love that we share with our dogs is never one-sided. We love our goofy dogs and they love us back.
#6 Somewhere in a parallel universe.
#7 Looks like the owners are fast asleep in the dog basket.
#8 That’s a burrito.
Credits: Karl W
#9 There’s no dog on the bed… Maybe.
#10 Looks like it’s having a dream of bones, chasing cats and fetching tennis ball for its owner all at the same time.
Credits: Jade Elliott
#11 It’s definitely mocking its human.
#12 “We’re gonna need a bigger bed.”
#13 “Darn it! I’m late for the meeting again…”
#14 “It’s all mine!”
#15 That’s a beautiful duvet.
Credits: Pri Coupé
#16 “Good Morning!”
Credits: Karen Villetard
#17 Seems like this doggo is getting a spa treatment.
#18 Struggling to find a comfortable position.
#19 Just taking a nap.
Credits: Helen Houck
#20 They look like an old married couple
Credits: barb maurer
#21 When your human asks you to leave their spot.
#22 Such a sweetheart.
#23 Peek a boo!
Credits: Tania Kov
#24 Passed out from those socks…
Credits: Loews Hotels
#25 That’s a drunk doggo.
#26 Aww, little comfy baby.
#27 She’s well protected.
#28 “We’re sleep buddies!”
#29 “It’s ok, you can close your eyes, I won’t kill you.”
#30 This one’s definitely our favorite.
Credits: Tiia Öhman
#32 Shiba Inu is a treat!
#33 That’s just a pillow.
#34 “Please don’t turn off the light!”
#35 “You’re my best friend fluffy pillow.
Credits: Gill Merritt
#36 “Ahh…the luxury I deserve.”
Credits: Yvonne Kolle
#37 Oh the things we do for love!
Credits: Jackop Skaličan
#38 Seems like he’s out camping.
#39 Whatever feels comfy.
Credits: Steph Anie
#40 Dreaming of snow!
#41 Fast asleep.
#42 Looks so peaceful.
Credits: Steph Anie
#43 So fluffy.
Credits: Maike Fuchs
#44 “Did you say something hooman?”
#45 “It was a long day. Now I need to rest.”
#46 This doggo looks too damn tired.
Credits: Lorelle Squires
#47 Now that’s zonked out!
#48 “The pillow feels like pats.”
Credits: Deborah Moher
#49 This pupper is probably flying in its sleep.
Credits: Miriam Rosewood
#50 It took a minute to realize there is a cat with the dog.
Credits: Eleonore Flassig
Hope these sleepy dogs made you smile. If you have pictures of your dog that stole your bed, feel free to share them with us in the comments below. Don’t forget to share this with other dog owners to see if they can relate.