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Rudy likes to sleep near the wall, with his body and his head perpendicularly. Body flat on ground, head looking like a whiplash victim, leaning vertically on a table leg or a wall. MaryBeth

Ours like to sleep this way too. It looks so incredibly uncomfortable. Me, I'd wake up with a stiff neck that would never recover.
btw, ours also like to sleep on their backs as mentioned in previous posts. Legs spread in all directions, exposing all to the world and tongue hanging out. I thought this was unique to greyhounds but apparently not.
Paul
Rudy likes to sleep near the wall, with his body ... vertically on a table leg or a wall. MaryBeth

Ours like to sleep this way too. It looks so incredibly uncomfortable. Me, I'd wake up with a stiff neck ... exposing all to the world and tongue hanging out. I thought this was unique to greyhounds but apparently not. Paul

My american toy eskimo sleeps like that too, most favorite position. I love it when she then gets the front paws out in front, as if she's superman upside down, and starts dreaming or something, getting the little twitches. Cracks me up all the time.
John
My american toy eskimo sleeps like that too, most favorite position. I love it when she then gets the front ... she's superman upside down, and starts dreaming or something, getting the little twitches. Cracks me up all the time. John

I forgot about the dreaming. Ours do that too. Lots of twitching and yelping. I can only imagine what they are chasing in their dreams. Our new greyhound, we've had him almost a year, growls some in his sleep. Funny stuff.
Paul