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      Who Let's Their Dog Sleep with Them?

      My baby sleeps with me and I like it that way. Post up your pictures of your dog in bed if you got 'em. Here's Chopper:




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      Who's a spoilt puppy too cute

      Molly gets to take naps with me.

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      Mardi and Archie do not sleep with us. With seniors and a high bed, getting up is no problem, we can help them. It's them jumping down without supervision that scares me. However, I have not told them not to but neither have I encouraged it.

      While I was in DC for my parents funeral, DH started letting Archie sleep in the bed. He did think ahead and put a sheet over the comforter. OK, I'll go along with that. First three nights he slept in the bed with me I woke up with my eyes almost swelled shut, nose all stopped up. Archie went back to sleeping on his bed on the floor right beside me. It was suggested that I could take an antihistamine but because of another med I take, doctor did not want me to.

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      We have so far stuck to our rule of not letting Mocha sleep with us. With 2 full grown adults and a 108 lb lab, there's just not enough space!

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      My dog lets me sleep with her. Lol

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      My dogs let me sleep with them. Its usually my lab, corgi and chihuahua in bed with me. My pom used to sleep with me and it makes me sad when i think about it but she is very old and still thinks she can go flying off the bed. Im afraid she will hurt herself if she jumps or falls off. I set her up with tons of blankets and memory foam pillows right next to me on the floor

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      Yes... my labby sleeps right next to me! I don't know if i have any good pictures of Kona in bed with me but i will try to snap a few sometime maybe. All my previous dogs have slept in bed with me.... most have slept at the foot of the bed and not beside me like Kona though!

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      Wiener dog sleeps in bed with us, under the covers. Daisy sleeps on the floor in a dog bed next to my side of the bed. She's allowed on our bed but she would rather snooze on it when we aren't in it.

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      Gibson always sleeps with us, he loves his Temperpiedic mattress. Our older chocolate Scooter rarely ever comes up on the bed, he's happy in his dog bed. I was surprised I had a picture of Scooter on our bed.-img_1678-jpg

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      We actually built a platform type of thing that sits by the bed so Coleman (he had bad hips and knees) could get into bed. Still have it setting by the bed and all the others have used it as they have gotten older too.

      Right now I have Ginger (she sleeps under the covers) Sarah, Tucker and Penny all sleep with me. Merlin usually sleeps on top of the cat tree or in the window seat, he is my shy little man.

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