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Many times, we have tried to explain to our dogs about the work-kibbles corollary. I assume they understand why we leave them every day, and they're only staring so we will get out and leave them to their couches in peace.


I've linked this post to Awww Monday, Jan. So adorable.

Have a woof woof Awww Monday. ☺

A ShutterBug Explores

Yep ~ great couch doggie ~ sweet ~ ^_^

A ShutterBug Explores aka (A Creative Harbor)


And beds...don't forget beds!


Anne Robinson

Oh my goodness, this one made me laugh out loud. Our youngest daughter brings her Leo to me each day. He spent the night last night because she was attending a friends wedding. He is a big fellow, 75 lbs., tall and muscular. We had snow and temps in the 30's today. He climbed up in the bed with me and stayed there. LOL! We took a long cozy nap! I love his company . when it is warm outside he thinks his primary job is to catch the wild naughty rabbits that taunt him! He is a joy in my life plus he will take a nap unlike my great grandboy...but that is another story....Have a great week! Thank you for sharing. HUGS

Jodi Stone

Oh yes, let's not forget comfy human beds and square meals either. :-)

Dennis the Vizsla

hello jan its dennis the vizsla dog hay thats rite yoo hyoomans hav kowtches and kowtches ar gud eeting!!! trust me i no!!! and also yoo kan sleep on them!!! ok bye

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