>Thats my first smile of the day and I wouldnt trade it for the world. I
>dont know how we survive the night...although I do wake up with stiff
>achey fingers and the edge of my bed is sort of crumply...hmmm. Boxers
>and many other dogs LOVE to sleep in bed with us.
Sometimes my Toy Fox Terrier sleeps on my bed, but, she tries to take
over the entire bed! How a small dog can manage to take up more room
than I do is a good question, but she does. :-) Here's what happens.
Go to bed, have her curl up down in the corner down near my feet,
covered over with her blanket. If I'm lucky, she won't crawl out from
under her blanket and wake me up (she'll take her front paw and punch
at me with it to wake me up) to cover her back up again. :-) Then,
eventually, she'll uncurl, stretch out and begin to push my legs
towards the side of the bed, almost onto the floor. If I'm lucky,
she'll decide to just move up a bit, curl up against the back of my
legs, and proceed to shove me towards the floor without me ending up
on the floor... of course, the odds are that she'll wake me up again
to cover her over with her blanket.
When I wake up in the morning, she waits for me to stretch and yawn,
and then does the same. I stretch, she stretches, I yawn and then she
yawns, etc. :-)
R. D. Davis * Eccentrice have more fun :-) *
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