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Old 01-01-2013, 05:24 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Does anyone else's German shepherd bury their goodies in your bed? I just was about to roll over and go to sleep when I put my hand in berlins ice cream I gave him about 9 hours ago. Apparently he brought the ice cream cup down to my bed and buried it here. He does this with anything of "high value" that he wants to save for later... Raw bones (yeah I know imagine how I felt pulling back my comforter to find that sitting right where I lay), bully sticks, his favorite toys, and a turkey crunchy baked bone are a few that he's buried. And if I take it out and give it to him, he buries it again. What a weirdo. I must be the guardian of his goodies. Oh.. Lucky me


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I don't let my GSD pup on the bed yet but my Pom will do this sometimes... He'll set whatever it is down and then nose the covers over it. Though thankfully he's never done that with a raw bone!
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Hero hoards everything into the corner spot on my sectional...Then acts like a maniac if anyone sits there like OH NO THEY ARE STEALIGN MY TREASURES!!
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Luckily Jonas and Ginger do not do this. Taz use to bury his bones under the cover and then some how made it look like it was not there. I thought he broke my back one time. I came in and flopped down onto a 19" extra large beef bone ...outch.
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your bed is the guardian of his goodies.

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Does anyone else's German shepherd bury their goodies in your bed? I just was about to roll over and go to sleep when I put my hand in berlins ice cream I gave him about 9 hours ago. Apparently he brought the ice cream cup down to my bed and buried it here. He does this with anything of "high value" that he wants to save for later... Raw bones (yeah I know imagine how I felt pulling back my comforter to find that sitting right where I lay), bully sticks, his favorite toys, and a turkey crunchy baked bone are a few that he's buried. And if I take it out and give it to him, he buries it again. What a weirdo.

>>>> I must be the guardian of his goodies.<<<< Oh.. Lucky me


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I don't let my GSD pup on the bed yet but my Pom will do this sometimes... He'll set whatever it is down and then nose the covers over it. Though thankfully he's never done that with a raw bone!
Hahah Berlin noses the covers over his stuff too, it cracks me up...and usually his stuff is not even 'buried' well lol and, he only comes on my bed to do this.


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Luckily Jonas and Ginger do not do this. Taz use to bury his bones under the cover and then some how made it look like it was not there. I thought he broke my back one time. I came in and flopped down onto a 19" extra large beef bone ...outch.
Haha oh goodness! Berlin buries stuff right where I sleep, and behind my pillows and stuff.

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your bed is the guardian of his goodies.
haha yeah it is!
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My daughter's Kelpie/Husky mix does this. The last thing she buried was a raw beef bone, not the best thing to find at the end of a long day.
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My daughter's Kelpie/Husky mix does this. The last thing she buried was a raw beef bone, not the best thing to find at the end of a long day.
Haha! No, not the best thing to find in your bed at all!! I've been there though! I came down to bed to find a raw bone sitting right in my spot...how thoughtful of Berlin.
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