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Old 04-14-2014, 08:44 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Does your dog do this too? Idk if he's trying to tell me he wants to come up on the bed or what but it's so cute!
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My boys do the same exact thing when they want loving.
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Old 04-14-2014, 11:06 PM   #3 (permalink)
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That's how I am awakened....staring at me like some kind of mind meld. "Wake up wake up wake up NOW please"
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That's the nice way I wake up. Usually he sticks his nose on my cheek and then stares at me. If I seem open to his playful wake up he'll jump up on me and nuzzle my face. Then he'll move down to my feet and lick them.
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Mine is a bit more blunt with waking me up. He keeps his hind legs on the floor, but his paws and front legs are all over my face. He's making this whining noise while doing this.

Sometimes he jumps up, but he knows he's not suppose to be on the bed so he'll just lay right down near my feet.
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Mine will get his chest and front legs on the bed/couch and then let his back half hang. It looks really odd, but apparently it's comfortable to him.
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Yes they do, I'm sound asleep and then I feel the bed move up and down which wakes me up and there is either Lola or Harry with their head on the bed staring at me! They want to go outside.
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Mine will get his chest and front legs on the bed/couch and then let his back half hang. It looks really odd, but apparently it's comfortable to him.
just pictured that and it looks so adorable!lol
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Old 04-15-2014, 09:10 AM   #9 (permalink)
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LOL, yeah, when he wants to get up for the day.
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This is exactly why Hondo sleeps in his kennel at night! He puts his face right into mine and sucks up all of my oxygen. He never makes a peep. But it'll wake me up and I have a heart attack every single time. So, for my sanity, he gets to sleep in his kennel.
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