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    I am watching Doof sleeping in front of me. He is lying on his back, legs in air, head one one side and I'll bet - cause I can't see it - his tongue is hanging out. Anyone else have an unusual sleeper?

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    erm nooooo.....no strange things here.
    Completely normal household




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    yep - that's doof but he does it on the floor lol

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    The floor! *gasp*
    Mine dont do the floor .
    Well not without many pleading looks which then turn into filthy glares as I continue to ignore them
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    Doof doesn't do furniture - occasionally my bed, and he will climb on the recliner when I am sitting on it - but he isn't really a furniture dog - there's heaps of dog beds around and I guess the floor is comfy LOL

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    Typical male really. Lol.

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    Frosty does the sleeping upside down with paws in the air.

    I haven't noticed her tongue hanging out but her top lips often flop away from her teeth, and she snores sometimes. It's even funnier when her head hangs over the edge of the couch, but she doesn't care if she's on the couch or the floor.

    Right now she's sleeping on her doona, which is an improvement on eating it / ripping it to shreds. I got her some other things to rip up, gotta love local "hard rubbish" - why are people chucking out cushions and small pillows and old footballs and even baby baths? So far all the clam shells have holes in, but big W sells them for $22 so that's easy.

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    Weyland Deerhound used to take up the entire couch, flat on his back, often with his loooooong legs stuck straight up in the air. On other occasions the hind legs would be sticking straight up with the front legs bent so he looked like some odd sort of dead kangaroo.

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    4 of my furkids sleep like that on the floor...so amusing but must be cool and comfy...
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    I thought that was 'normal' dog sleeping!

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