Second Opinion Magazine
Women Sleep Better With Dogs
Research done recently by Canisius College in New York, says women sleep better with their canines. In a study of 962 US women where 55% shared their bed with at least one dog, 31% with one cat and dog, people stated they slept better with the dog.
After analyzing sleep data, cats and partners were more disruptive than dogs.
Why’s that? Researchers think that dog owners tend to have better sleep habits and stricter daily routines because they learn to revolve around each other’s bathroom schedules. Plus, dogs’ sleep patterns tend to coincide more closely with humans’ than do cats or other people.” Not to mention the safety women feel when sleeping with a dog! (Such good boys.)