Whippets, I've found, have their own set of unique life rules. Ans sleeping in odd positions is one of them!
even I think that is odd.
ohmy. I think it does not look comfortable. I sleep on my back, with all four paws in the air, preferably in a direct breeze. Is it always this warm here?gussie
wow, talk about waking up with a stiff neck, I can't even imagine that!
Patience,We're thinking it's like the a"anxiety wrap" we've been hearing about...The Barkie's Mom
Ouch!That's a weird position, for sure!But then every dog has a unique personality...did you say that her fat uncle Charlie too sleeps like that? Then it is genetics!Wags,Oorvi
I just can say... adorable!Kisses and hugsLorenza
Comfort is, as comfort does. There is no reason at times for the things we do, dog or hooman.
What an interesting sleeping position hehehe...
I've slept like that too at times and mom has said the very same thing - is that REALLY comfortable?!Love ya lots,Maggie
My grandmother had an expression that she used when people would try and move the sleeping child that looked oh so uncomfortable. She would say, "Leave 'em lay where Jesus flang 'em."I think this applies....
That just really looks quite uncomfortable! Happy dreaming!!
Hey. We've got to keep ourselves flexible somehow, right? Humans just don't realize that you can fit in a work-out while you're sleeping. So here's to our health......zzzzz
Oh... won't she wake up with a stiff neck? Jie jie will wake me up and remind me to sleep properly if I ever sleep in odd position cos I have slipped discs over on my neck too.LuvSnowball
So funny...as we say about our Whippet...if it works for her...!
Willie lays with his head up on the sofa arm or hangs it off the cushion. I call it his "I am in despair. When is she ever going to walk me again?" positions.
Lindy Loo is lots mowe athletic thannme..I just flop down on my side ow back...she is bootiful even in sneep!!!Sam..thank you so much fow coming to help wif stuffy Stan's thewapy..you awe invalooable!!!smoochie kissesASTApee ess..Mommi nevew ate one of those candy baws befowe
I knew a Greyhound once who slept like that. Lady finds some odd positions, but I haven't seen her in that one yet.Sheila & Lady
PatienceMommi is scawed when she's not in a big city..isn't that weiwd???she's nevew lived anywhewe but apawtments..I think she would be tewwified in a house, and the dawkness outside..and I'm not a vewy good guawd doggie..I just want to invite evewyone in to kiss mesmoochie kissesASTA
Wow that's funny! Booker usually curls up into a tiny little cat-ball with his feet and tail and nose all tucked in ... we call him "cat-dog" ...
Nike sleeps like that too. Tara does the whippet thing where she sits with her front paws bent under at the wrists - never had one that did that before.
Tee hee.. There seems no logic in dogs favourite sleeping positions!!Ane
My part-sighthound sissy sleeps like a contortionist, too. My ma ape just marvels how I can sleep anywhere, anytime, on piles of books, in the dirty laundry, on shoes. You name it, I can catch some Zs.wally.
Hazel does that, too! It looks so uncomfortable. Silly whippies.Christina
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