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    lol Oskar's mum - it brings back teenagerish memories! too funny!! creepy indeed!

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    Wow Newsfie, you would have to be the warmest people on this forum (on Sunday mornings).
    I would just love to see your three huge fluffies all on one bed!

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    I would also love to see Nev's bedroom with 8 critters scattered around...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lala View Post
    And I notice I move my legs around the dogs. If I want to change position, I will actually bring my legs right up to my chest and mover it over the top of the dog LMAO. Its ridiculous...those buggers got me wrapped real tight LOL.

    Sometimes I do wake up though and actually move Pippi so I can go on my side coz she wont budge otherwise. And when I do pick her up, its like shes dead, just all floppy and everything. Doesnt even bother trying to help when she knows Im trying to pick her up.
    Oh this is hilarious, exactly the same as me ... at least we're doing our pilates workout while moving around in bed. Ruby does not move either ... sometimes she even puts her legs against the wall and pushes me over (bloody cheek of her) so I push her right back but by the time I've moved her I'm wide awake, so sometimes I go around her and start again on the other side of the bed

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    Wow, and I thought I was a softie! But I do not compromise ever on my comfort in my own bed.

    I used to mind a little JRT quite often and I remember trying to move her when she was lying too close in bed and it was like trying to move a block of concrete. I could more easily push my big dog out of the way than that little thing.

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    OMG that is adorable your dog sleeping in with your son..
    I could not possibly have my dogs in bed or in my house
    with me sorry...
    I don't do inside animals and if I did there would be dry slobber everywhere.
    Although I have snuck a pup or 2 in lol

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    Snoring? Don't get me started on snoring...

    I once did dog minding at my brother's house - a long long time ago...

    Both dogs snored and farted...

    As long as I was in there I coped but when I got up in the morning, I couldn't go back in that room for hours.

    And another time, more recently, I did minding - at my brother's place, and me and his eldest were watching lion king, and fortunately she conked out, on my sofa bed, before it got to the nasty scary bit...

    But she snored. So I left her and the farting Staffy in "my room" and went and slept on my childhood bed in her room. That was kind of surreal.

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    V&F sleep in their crates in my living room. Ocassionally I sleep on a big mat between the crates and in front of the fire.

    Quite apart from having two anti-dog cats who sleep on my bed... I cannot imagine sleeping with two Dobes- I mean, seriously, all elbows, no padding, pointy angular things they are!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amstaffy4pal View Post
    My bed is for me and the wife not for the dog he gets a nice kennel and blanket on the veranda and he also where's a coat to keep him warm. He stays in the house right up till I'm ready to go bed.
    Having a dog in your bed cant be any good for your love life lol.
    Ive been with my Oh for 14 years, there is no love life. LMAO

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    I especially love waking up with the dogs. Its like having gorgeous little kids run in to mum and dad.

    Pippi HAS to have morning cuddles. She comes up and gets under the blankets and snuggles into your neck. Its so gorgeous, I just love it. Barney just wants to go for a wee.

    Even when they sleep in their room, OH gets up before me in the weekend and he will go let them out, Barney goes straight outside, but Pippi HAS to run in for cuddles with mum.

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