Golden Retriever Finds Mom In His Bed And Drags Her For A Ride

Bailey does not want to share his bed and when ‘attacks’ don’t work, he tries to drag the bed around with her on it.

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Why does my dog drag their bed?

While there are many possible explanations for why your dog drags their bed around, the most likely reason is that they simply enjoy the comfort and security of their own sleeping space. Dogs are instinctual den animals, and their bed may provide them with a sense of safety and familiarity. Additionally, your dog may be trying to create a safe space for themselves in an unfamiliar or stressful environment. If you notice your dog dragging their bed more often when you’re away from home or there’s been a change in their routine, it may be a sign that they’re feeling anxious and need some extra reassurance. Ultimately, as long as your dog isn’t causing any damage to your home, there’s no need to worry about their bed-dragging habit. In fact, you might even find it endearing.

Many pet owners have come home to find their dog’s bedding strewn about the house, and wondered why their dog would do such a thing. There are actually a few reasons why dogs may drag their beds around. One reason is that they are trying to spread their scent around the house. This helps them to feel more secure, as their scent will reassure them that they are in their own territory. Another reason is that they may be trying to create a soft, comfortable spot to lie down on. By dragging their bed around, they can make sure that the spot is just to their liking before settling in for a nap. Whatever the reason, it is important to remember that dragging a bed around is perfectly normal dog behavior.

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