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Old 11-15-2012, 05:20 AM
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All mine sleep in bed with us.. Brad works at night so Its usually just me so they all sleep on his side of the bed under the blankets except hugo he sleeps on his pillow beside my pillow under his own blankets, unless hes cold then he snuggles up to me
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Old 11-15-2012, 06:01 AM
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Abby sleeps in her crate next to my side of the bed, she is like my shadow all day. So it's good to have that bit of down time lol for both of us
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Old 11-15-2012, 07:08 AM
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my baby girl sleeps in bed with my boyfriend and me. When we first got her we had everyone tell us that's a huge no, so we out get in our huge bathroom with her pee pee pad and water/food. I'm not sure exactly how it happened, but she made get way to our bed and she's slept there with my boyfriend and I for years now. Idk why, but I tends to sleep with my legs crossed (like Indian style), and she sleeps in my legs basically. I feel like such a weirdo, but she does that or sleeps right beside daddy's back. I fear the same thing as you described (original post) but my bf said she moves fast!!
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Old 11-15-2012, 07:43 AM
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But there's nothing like little chocolate chip eyes squinting at you in the morning, tail wagging and hot kisses all over your face to wake you up! Best way to wake up ever!
Zero's Mom..... This is really not helping! Lol! I want little chocolate chip eyes squinting at me in the morning and hot chihuahua kisses! I always swore Id never have a dog in bed with me but Im weakening! And its all your fault!



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Old 11-15-2012, 07:57 AM
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Laska and Karma have their beds next to ours, but they sleep together in one.


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Old 11-15-2012, 08:19 AM
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Odie sleeps with us in our queen size, but we did complete crate training before we invited her to sleep with us. She usually burrows under the covers all the way down to the bottom of the bed. When she gets hot, she'll move to on top of the covers and under a throw blanket. She's learned to move if we move and I don't really notice her, unless she wakes me up at 5 in the morning to pee! She won't jump on or off on her own, and waits for us to lift her. Rarely she'll "ask" to sleep in the living room, and I let her, but I prefer her in our bedroom.

No cats allowed though! It's funny because Odie knows they're not allowed and if the door is open for a bit and one comes in, we just make a "pssst!" noise and she'll chase them out. It's gotten to the point where they'll usually sit at the door frame and won't go further. Who knew you could train a cat!


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Old 11-15-2012, 11:12 AM
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Mylo and Willow both have their own crates. Sometimes if I get up to take them the toilet in the night I'll let them come into bed but then I can't sleep. I move around a lot and I don't move in case I disturb them so I can't get to sleep. They both seem to like their crates though, which they sleep in next to my bed. The OH wants them to go in another room eventually which I guess would be best but I like being able to keep an eye on them and make sure they're ok.
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Old 11-16-2012, 12:33 AM
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Trying to picture a crate in the middle of the bed lol. I feel like I'd constantly wake up with injuries.


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LOL , yah it only works because we have a king sized bed. We tried just having her cubby (that's what we call her crate) in our room, but not actually on the bed, but her pitiful cries were more than we could take. I'm sure if we'd held fast and not given in, she would have eventually stopped, but I'm such a softie. I kept thinking about how it must have been for her sleeping in the dark and cold for who knows how long (she was abandoned in a field, before ending up at the shelter where we adopted her), and I just couldn't say no. If we only had a regular double bed though, it would never work.
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