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Who let's there pets sleep with them?

Discussion in 'Woof Memorial Critter's Corner' started by GAdobemom, May 14, 2006.

  1. GAdobemom

    GAdobemom

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    I know a thread like this was done a while back but I would like to see some new responses or give other people who didn't see the last one a chance to post. I'll start with my very rotten "Gaston" he sure can take up lots of space in a king size bed!
     
  2. Tilley

    Tilley Man of Steel

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    My 85-pound german shepherd "Tilley" sleeps on the foot of the bed (more like the bottom half of the bed) between my wife and I. She's our baby...
     


  3. HarlDane

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    From the first night in the hotel on our trip to pick him up, my Great Dane has shared the bed with our 8 year old son. Now he's 11 months old and 140lbs, and still sleeping with his older yet much smaller brother.
     
  4. jpzaf

    jpzaf Confused?

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    Our two dogs sleep in the bed with us.

    One is a 90lb Alaskan Malamute and the other is a 50lb Husky.

    One sleeps at my wifes feet and the other sleeps between us near the foot of the bed. This weekend my wife was away and the little husky took over her spot:upeyes:

    It's really nice oon a cold Maine night to snuggle up to a warm sleddog.
     
  5. Walter45Auto

    Walter45Auto

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    Nope. 180 lbs of me + 75 or so lbs of Bosco = not able to fit in my twin size bed.


    :freak:






    :reindeer: :50cal:
     
  6. PeterJasonMN

    PeterJasonMN ****

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    My 75# Golden Retriever will sometimes. It's not that bad. She just curls up and passes out.

    The problem now however is I have my dad's 7# chihuahua. That thing is a bigger PITA to share a bed with than the retriever.
     
  7. My cats sleep wherever they please.

    Sometimes my old girl Precious will sleep next to me on my second pillow or at my right side near my ribs. The young cat Goldie will sleep at my knee cross wise. If I get up to use the toilet or get a drink she will lay across the spot I was sleeping. I will need to be slowly push her over enough for me to lay down, whining all the way she does!

    She will grunt if disturbed. :freak:



    Precious at 5 years now nearly 6 years old [​IMG]

    Goldie at 12 months now 1 1/2 years old

    [​IMG]
     
  8. SouthernGal

    SouthernGal What's Up Dox?

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    When I first divorced Sassy Red Delight used to sleep in my queen sized bed with me. Always under the covers (just like any dachshund would). When I upped to a king size bed I went to white sheets though and she currently spends her nights on the floor in a child's sleeping bag...so that only her nose sticks out.

    I know, I'm a meeeeaaaannnn mommy.
     
  9. bk30

    bk30 Millennium Member

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    Our Abby sometimes is joined in bed by one of her cats. She is 6 and has slept with us since day one.

    [​IMG]
     
  10. ATL Peach Girl

    ATL Peach Girl ♥Meezers♥

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    oh dear heavens!! BEST. THREAD. EVER.

    BEST. PICS. EVER.


    My old cat used to take 3/4ths of the bed......he would stretch out sideways. I got like 1 foot of the bed. He would push into me with his feet too.............
     
  11. GotGlock1917

    GotGlock1917 Lifetime Member

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    Both of our bichon boys sleep with us every night.
    Unlike most dogs I have known, neither will get under the covers. I think it is just too warm for them.

    The bichon frise is non-shedding and typically hypoallergenic. They make great pillows.:supergrin: They are more like a soft, warm, live stuffed animal.

    John
     
  12. SouthernGal

    SouthernGal What's Up Dox?

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    As I said, only her nose sticks out.
     
  13. Glockgirl26

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    That's cuter than hell!:supergrin:

    Moe likes to "help" make the bed...

    [​IMG]
     
  14. Glockgirl26

    Glockgirl26

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    Me too!:supergrin:
     
  15. M2 Carbine

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    Maggie was a barn cat. One of about 10. Somehow she ran a big Mesquite thorn up through her paw into her wrist. On first trip to the Vets, when I saw her favoring the paw, a Vet said she removed a thorn but there was so much confusing that day I'm not sure anyone even looked at the cat.

    Almost two weeks later and Maggie was still favoring the paw I took her back to the Vets. This time I talked to the owner and told him to look close because there was definitely something wrong with her paw.

    When I went back that evening the Vet said, You aren't going to believe this.
    He had cut out a 1 inch long thorn out through the top of her wrist, that had entered through her paw.

    I kept Maggie in the house for a couple days to let her get over the operation and to keep the open wound clean.
    The second night she jumped up on the bed and laid down against my right side. That's where she sleeps every night.

    [​IMG]
     
  16. sarge40

    sarge40 Huge Member

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    They sleep wherever they want:


    In bed

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    Next to our feet

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    In my lap at the computer

    [​IMG]



    We know who owns our place :supergrin: