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Just Curious.

It's just about bedtime for Molly and I and there are times that I regret allowing Molly on the bed at night,I could never turn her away though - my first beagle, Thumper, was the same way she slept right with me; I guess it's just the way I am, she's my girl I hate it when she feels turned out; anyway, most times she will just curl up around my feet; though sometimes she has to get right in the middle! But mostly it's the times when she starts her "getting comfortable" routine and goes round and round kicking up covers until she is comfy; and I usually let this go on until she's done, unless I'm really tired then she gets a "alright already lay down" and she does!

So I was just wondering how many if any - go through something similar or even close to this? /forums/images/%%GRAEMLIN_URL%%/sleep.gif
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Chloe is doing the exact same thing... and it's not that I can't bare kicking her out of the bed, I like it when she curls up next to me... relaxes me somehow...

She sometimes though step down and continues the night at my feet (on the mat)...

BTW - she has a very comfy crate..... but she usually stays there during the day when she is tired of me bugging her.... /forums/images/%%GRAEMLIN_URL%%/laugh.gif
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Jersey sleeps with us but is usually pretty good about sharing. She's always on the bed before us but moves when I tell her to "scoot your butt". She lets me lay down and get comfy. Then I hold up the blankets and she goes under them and curls up by my legs. Like Eleanor, it relaxes me having her curled up by me. Sometimes she'll get restless and if I push her out of my way too often she goes and sleeps in her crate. It's right next to the bed. I can't complain too much. The worst thing is keeping the sheets clean.
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