About the Author: Jean Colt, a valued writer at MyPetDoggie and a dedicated student of English Literature at Yale University. Jean’s love for dogs, coupled with her literary skills, allows her to create engaging content that resonates with our pet-loving community. Her work reflects her passion for dogs and commitment to enhancing pet care knowledge.
Usually, when someone asks a question to me I like to answer precisely. But the answer to this question “Why does my dog sleep under the covers” requires in-depth knowledge and a bit of knowledge about the history.
So, I am going to do the same. The answer to the question lies somewhere in the history of dogs.
First of all, dogs were not meant to be pets, our ancestors started to train them as guard dogs, shepherds, and hunting dogs. So, they can use them for guarding their large places, for herding a large number of sheep, and as hunters. Before that dogs used to live in dens like moles and groundhogs in order to protect themselves from wild hunters and dogs themselves were hunters of small prey.
Final Thoughts on Why Does My Dog Sleep Under the Covers
Now I hope that you know that a dog’s sleeping under the blanket isn’t something to be worried about. If your dog is hiding under a cover, blanket, or even bed then it simply means that the dog wants to feel comfortable and that’s that!