Here you are about to meet the laziest dog ever, this Great Dane dog is one of the laziest dogs. The Great Dane dog is refusing to leave bed and get up; he has some troubles in leaving bed like most of us had. The Great Dane dog wants some more sleep. His owner is trying her best to wake him up because it’s time to take a walk. As the Great Dane dog’s owner said, it’s the everyday struggle to wake him up, but at the last few cold days, she is right there beside him, struggling to leave the bed.
But this Great Dane dog is not lazy at all, big dogs like Great Dane and Saint Bernard and Mastiffs, sleep for about 18 hours, which is very close for cats that sleep for 16 hours. All dogs sleep more than humans which affects the activity level in their day, also the more activities they do, the more sleep they will need. Mostly dogs are sleeping about 50% of their day, and 30% of the day resting, they will be awake but without doing any activity and they are active only for 20% where it is time for exercising and playing, so dogs sleep about 12 to 14 hours, but for puppies, you will also find that they sleep about 18 hours. So if your pet is sleeping more or less than the average, don’t panic, it will be different from every pet to the other
Great Dane dogs are gentle and loyal; truly, they are one of the best dogs ever. Great Dane dogs respond very well for their practice, and they also require a wide space to live in, which make them not suited to live in small apartments. Because Great Dane dogs are protective and gentle, they are very loving for kids