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What a bed hog!

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Navah, has had a cold for the last few days and I have been feeling really bad for her. For two nights in a row she has been yelping in her crate to get out. I’m not sure how doggy colds work but I know my joints get sore so I was hoping that’s not what she had since she has no bed in there, just cold and hard plastic.

Last night I was feeling bad so I convinced my wonderful and amazing boyfriend to let her on the bed. We cleared the room of everything she could be bad with and pretty much barricaded the door (I don’t trust her as far as I can throw her).

To say she enjoyed her time on the bed is an understatement! Somehow she managed to take up the whole bottom half of the bed and the entire width. My boyfriend and I spent the whole night in the fetal position. Periodically through the night I would hear my boyfriend grumble or sigh in irritation and say “stupid dog!” My poor other dog who usually sleeps under the covers at my boyfriends feet had a tiny little corner on my boyfriend’s pillow with his legs hanging off the bed.

For once in the last few days she had a nice, heavy, comfortable sleep and slept throughout the night. I just hope she gets better soon or I’m going to be stiff jointed every morning! lol
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When Blitz first came home we let her sleep on the bed for a few nights until her larger crate came, she was a HUGE bed hog!! One morning I was having a dream that someone was pinning me down and punching me in the gut and woke to find Blitz was laying on top of my legs with her huge head on my tummy!!

Funny thing is, when her new crate came I gave her 2 more nights in the bed with us and on both those nights she laid curled up in the tiniest ball at the foot of the bed in the could not even tell she was there...I think she knew and was trying to be as good a possible so she wouldn't get evicted LOL!
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