What sleeping with a Dog looks like

What sleeping with a Dog looks like


Friends, this is a comedy video, but don't forget, there is always a reason when your dog is doing something at night. Maybe he is thirsty or he is just trying to wake you up because there is a fire in your home. Also, this sleeping with our dog video is based on our german shepherd, All German Shepherds and dogs may be different! 

Whenever my dad’s GSD sleeps in my room, he rotates between laying on his bed and laying on my bed. What’s funny is, when I wake up from having nightmares, he’s usually on my bed. I think he senses my breathing patterns change if I have nightmares and gets on my bed to protect me. That’s the thing about dogs. They can sense things humans can’t.

My 90 lb lab sleeps with me. He's already in bed when I go to bed and I have to push him over to make room. I sleep great as he doesn't disturb me during the night. He gets up about an hour before me and goes into the living room until I get up. He's 12 so our days together are short. But who knows....might live another couple of years.



There's absolutely nothing wrong about sleeping with your dog (or the dog sleeping with you) When I'm ready to go to bed my minuscule, small and adorable Dachshund os sleeping dead center in the middle of the bed. He wakes up and looks at me, I sai



When I was sleeping on my own my German Shepherd would sneak onto the bed and nestle up close to me. Every time I moved in the night the dog would close the gap until eventually I ran out of bed and fell on the floor. I would then walk round and get back in the other side of the bed and the process would start all over again.

What sleeping with a Dog looks like

   

What sleeping with a Dog looks like

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