|10-09-2013 04:34 PM|
Lisl has slept with me since she arrived at my home. She is continually brushed, paws washed after coming inside if wet out, and is generally a clean female. She even smells good.
She never stays in bed though. 10 or 15 minutes after lights out she moves herself to the floor. In the morning, she jumps up again to either wait for me to wake up, or she wakes me up if she wants to go outside.
|10-09-2013 04:11 PM|
|10-09-2013 09:27 AM|
i've done that. i curled up at the foot of the bed. my GF was sleeping
on her side. our dog curled up behind her with head on her neck. how
can you disturb that? lol.
|10-09-2013 09:20 AM|
after seeing this pic how could you not want your dogs
on the bed?
|10-09-2013 09:17 AM|
a dog isn't spoiled because it's well take taken care of.
|10-09-2013 09:13 AM|
I let my Dalmatian puppy sleep with me. I didn't intend on letting him sleep in the bed but he wouldn't have it any other way.
The pros of sleeping with your puppy/dog
1) If you live alone it's nice to have someone to cuddle with.
2) If you are cold they will keep you warm.
3) They might make you feel like you are safe
4) It really helps with bonding IMO
The cons of sleeping with your puppy/dog
1) Holy cow it gets hot! They are like space heaters!
2) Your bed will have lots of hair in it
3) Your dog might be a blanket thief (mine is)
4) They might lay between your legs so you can't move!
5) They take up alot of room
|10-09-2013 03:10 AM|
Never letting another dog on our bed...
See how that rule has been applied.
|10-09-2013 02:21 AM|
Okay, I'll admit to climbing over Sage to get into bed before, because she was so darn cute and comfortable looking with her head on the pillow, that I didn't want to disturb her. That darn dog. I love her.
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|10-09-2013 01:25 AM|
|selzer||I really don't invite Babs up. She is up there most of the time. It's her spot. If I must, I tell her to move when I go to get in. She hasn't set up any plot to take over as head of household yet. She waits patiently for me to cut up her banana and orange and peach slices, and she only occasionally pushes me to the refrigerator, at tooth point, to get cheese or hot dogs.|
|10-09-2013 12:28 AM|
I don't have a problem with it. Ralphie is only allowed on the bed when he is invited and he has yet to try and get on the bed on his own volition. I keep my bedroom closed off during the day and his favorite spot in the bedroom that he instinctively goes to when my bedroom is open to him is on the floor by my side of the bed. He has his own bed (full sized futon) in his own room that he usually naps on anyway. Spoiled much?!
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