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You Sleep Better If Your Dog Is in the Room . . . But Not Your Bed

 

I don’t know anyone who has a dog that’s well-trained enough to come into the bedroom and NOT immediately jump on the bed . . . but apparently those people are out there.  And they’re sleeping GREAT.

According to a new study by the Mayo Clinic in Arizona, people who let their dogs in their room at night sleep BETTER . . . because it gives them comfort and makes them feel secure.

But . . . if you let your dog onto your bed, then you wind up sleeping worse.

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