Why Do Dogs Sleep So Much ? 

Dogs sleep much because of their unique sleep-wake cycle, with more time spent in deep sleep. 

Puppies, in particular, need extra rest for growth and development.  

Canines are crepuscular, meaning they are most active during dawn and dusk, requiring rest in between 

Sleep helps dogs consolidate memories and recharge energy levels. 

Larger breeds may sleep more than smaller ones. 

Domestication has influenced their sleep patterns to align with human schedules.  

Health issues or age can also impact sleep duration.  

Ultimately, adequate sleep is vital for a dog's overall well-being and vitality. 

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