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Your pup sleeps on your head for security and comfort. As the owner, you are the alpha, and they know you will protect them from predators.
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Your head is the most vulnerable part of your body, and thus your furry friend will sleep on it to keep you safe.
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Your pupper may just be trying to strengthen their bond with you. Cuddling is a way dogs can strengthen bonds with each other, so sleeping on your head is their way of initiating a bonding session.
Our heads are the warmest parts of our body, and your pup will take advantage of that when it’s cold.
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So if your new friend is sleeping on your head, it might be because they’re lonely and trying to feel as close to you as possible. Skin contact and your scent will calm them down and make them feel safe and not alone.
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