ANOTHER NIGHT, ANOTHER SLUMBER PARTY? HERE’S HOW TO HELP YOUR PET CATCH SOME ZZZ’S.

A lick across the face. A poke with a paw. It’s your dog or cat’s way of saying they don’t want to be up alone. Insomnia is the worst, and it’s not like pets can just turn on a movie or chill out with a podcast. That’s why we’ve put together our best solutions for every kind of sleeper. 

THE PET SLEEP GUIDE

BURROWER

All hail the king of cozy.  This sleeper enjoys being wrapped in a blanket burrito or snuggled deep into your bed or pillow.

WHAT THEY NEED:

Shivery short-haired dogs agree — blankets are great for extra warmth.

CONTORTIONIST

One minute they’re curled up like a pretzel. The next, they’re stretched out and falling off the couch.

WHAT THEY NEED:

A bumper bed has room to stretch but is structured to keep them in place.

CUDDLY LITTLE SPOON

Move over. This sleeper suffers from major FOMO when they’re not snoozing right beside you.

WHAT THEY NEED:

Wildsaint shampoo keeps your bed buddy smelling great.  Calming aids and a piece of your clothing to cuddle can ease them into sleeping alone.

LATE NIGHT HOST

What’s on after midnight? This guy. After napping at home alone all day, he’s ready to play and make a little mischief.

WHAT THEY NEED:

Try interactive toys to wear them out and a crate to keep them out of trouble at night.

AFTER-HOURS PROWLER

Call them NYC, because this is the kitty that never sleeps. Felines are naturally nocturnal but playing all day can reset their internal clock.

WHAT THEY NEED:

Buy new toys and catnip to them busy, plus a bed with soothing lanoline oil and a pheromone diffuser to help them wind down after dark.

 

 

 

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