Uli is used to playing with Tempo as soon as they wake up but this morning Tempo wanted to sleep in and Uli is in complete disbelief.
Why does my dog want to play so early in the morning?
If you’ve ever been woken up by a dog pawing at your face or nudging your arm, you may have wondered why they always seem to want to play first thing in the morning. The answer may lie in their ancestors. Wild dogs and wolves are natural hunters, and they typically hunt during the early morning hours when prey is most active. Over time, this behavior has been passed down through generations of domestic dogs, and many still have a strong instinct to hunt early in the day. Of course, your dog probably isn’t hunting for prey, but the instinctive urge to play can be just as strong. So next time your dog wake you up early for a game of fetch, you can at least take solace in the fact that they’re just following their natural instincts.
If you’ve ever owned a dog, you know that they can be quite energetic in the morning. Whether it’s chasing a ball around the yard or going for a walk, dogs love to play and get exercise first thing in the morning. And there’s good reason for this – exercise helps to stimulate their metabolism and gets them ready for the day ahead. It also helps to burn off any excess energy, which can keep them calm and relaxed for the rest of the day. So if your dog seems like they’re always ready to play in the morning, there’s no need to worry – it’s just their natural instinct.