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Old 01-01-2013, 01:36 PM
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Muffin will be 6 months old come saturday and shes been on this sleep schedual, she gets up when i do usualy around 8am sometimes earlier does her morn potty run, comes back in and plays then eats and few more potty runs while up by 1pm then shes passed out in her bed by the couch or in her crate bed her crate door is always open. Then she gets back up between 3 and 3:30pm same rutine potty run, plays, eats, another potty run and stays up till around 6:30pm and once again she passed back out someplace, her last time up of the night is around 9pm and same runtine, potty run, plays, eats, another P run and then by 12:30pm shes out like a light in her crate for the night, she sleeps till i get up again in the morn. We want her to sleep in bed with us but hubby has MS and is always moving around in the bed, i am a night person so i dont go in there till after 2am, our bed sits very high off the floor and i dont need Muffin falling off and getting hurt.
Anyways thats Muffins sleepy schedual.
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Chili sleeps alot aswell. Some days more that other. He always has slept straight throw the night thank goodness and during the day he sleeps on my chest or under my desk at work. He will have a couple of play bouts in the afternoon. Plays more if his cousin dog is here.
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Chihuahuas are first class snoozers!! I find it brilliant coz it means that they will sleep all night when Im working a nightshift then after a quick trip round the garden and breakfast are happy to curl up and go to sleep with me all morning too!
In fact on days when they are getting alot of exercise I barely see them awake!
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That all sounds good, charchi sounds normal,lol , charchi,s 17 mths old. After hearing what u all had to say i think he,s fine, thanks guy,s.
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As long as nothing going on Amberleah will sleep.
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Bell is only 9 weeks old but she sleeps a lot. She's very active when she's awake. If I'm sitting on the couch or laying in bed she will usually lay with me regardless of how much energy she has. She loves to cuddle!
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Stella kinda goes with whatever I'm doing. If it's a lazy kind of day, she'll gladly sleep next to me all day. But if it's time to go somewhere, she can be amazingly energetic for however long we are out!
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Simcha (two years old) can be virtually bipolar. There are times when he is the ultimate couch potato, loving to curl up and sleep next to myself or Ruth. He also sleeps quite steadily overnight, for about 9+ hours.

But when he is awake, he can run around the house like a mad doggy, and become very demanding of playful attention. Also, when he wants to go out for his afternoon walk, which is a major social event, he can get extremely hyper - and he just won't leave us alone.
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