There’s something all-American about having a dog at the foot of your bed or snuggled close to you. Their warm fur, wet noses, and big, brown eyes can bring on all the feels. But, the all-time question remains: should your dog sleep in your bed?
“Sharing a bed with your dog is a good bonding experience,” says Shadi Ireifej, DVM DACVS of VetTriage. “It gives them emotional comfort.”
But as comforting as it may be, is it a good idea to co-sleep?
When our dogs feel anxious, we feel nervous too. Naturally, we want our dogs to feel safe and comfortable, so it’s tough to watch your little bud pacing, panting, whining, or scratching. Keep reading ways to calm an anxious dog in different situations and with other natural solutions.
A pet-friendly design is all about creating a space for your pet to work with your home décor. The truth...
Tamara Honey is the founder of House of Honey, an imaginative design studio that creates charmingly bold and invitingly livable interiors. With a dog-friendly policy insider her Montecito studio and two dogs living in her Pasadena home, we catch a rare glimpse of what life looks like with her four-legged animals at this mountain-top residence.