According to a study published in the journal Anthrozoös, women might sleep the best when they share their bed with a dog. Researchers at Canisius College in Buffalo, New York, surveyed 962 adult females in the United States. The results indicated that women had a more restful night’s sleep when sharing their bed with a dog when compared to sleeping in bed with another person, and also reported stronger feelings of comfort and security when sleeping with a dog. Additionally, women who slept with cats reported their sleep being as disrupted as women who slumbered with a human.
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Doggie dander shall not be on my sheets and expensive bedding thanks you.
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I always found it to be disruptive when sleeping with my dog, but then again this is referring to women. Very interesting stat.