Each dog has a different sleep pattern. The place where the dog prefers to doze also would vary from one dog to another. But as a pet owner one of the very first things to ensure is to offer a great sleeping spot for the dog. This would help the dog snooze better. Dogs do need proper doze to keep them active and healthy. Lack of proper slumber can make the dog dull and drowsy and make it less immune to infections.
The age of the dog
Where the dog slumbers would depend on the age of the dog and other lifestyle choices as well. Though pet owners love letting their dogs doze in their beds this doesn’t usually happen when the dog is too small and when the dog is not housebroken.
If the dog has a crate creating a separate region where the dog can finish his business would ensure quicker and more efficient training. This would make sure that the dog learns the difference between his slumber area and potty area. Buying a dog bed or crate too early might be a bad choice. Dog beds designed for puppies and smaller dog breeds would be better in this case. These would help the dog snooze better rather than letting them doze in an extra-large crate or a large dog bed.
Dogs with special needs
If the dog has some health conditions that would require him to be given special sleep environment it would be a totally different scenario. Old dogs might also prefer to snooze on a cozy bed which is at a low height from the ground. This would be easy for the dog to use whenever it wants.