Back Sleeping Is The Best Way To Keep Your Dog Cool While You'Re Out Of The House
Dogs can't regulate their body temperature by sweating. Most dogs have a thinner hair coat on their belly. Puppies and older dogs can't cope as well as healthy adult dogs. Obese and overweight dogs can also be more prone to overheat. Back walking is rarely seen in wild dogs or outside dogs. This is because of how exposed and defenseless it is. Dogs will roll on their back in social situations to show they aren't a threat. Let your dog enjoy his nap. If you have to wake your dog up for some reason, do so gently and with care. If your dog suddenly wakes up, he may be confused and even a little shocked enough to snap. . . .