A new study has found that women report better sleep when they share their bed with a dog. Human partners and cats are both disruptive and evil.
Throw out your man because a new study has found that women sleep better next to a dog than they do with a human partner. Woof!
Dr. Christy L. Hoffman, a professor in the Animal Behavior, Ecology, and Conservation department at Canisius College in Buffalo, New York, and a team of researchers sought to explore the impacts that pets have on human sleep quality. They surveyed 962 adult women in the United States and found that 55 percent of participants shared their beds with at least one dog and 31 percent shared their beds with at least one cat. In addition, 57 percent of respondents shared their beds with a human partner.