I’m not a fan of a dog, especially a big dog, in the bed. Speck has a big pillow in Addie’s room and when Nicole says “Addie, bedtime!” Speck runs ahead and gets in his bed. Apparently, as soon as the door is shut and the lights are out, he gets on Addie’s bed. It doesn’t bother them . . he’s such a good dog, but I always make him get down . . til it got cold!
Excuse his red eyes. I’m fixing to go take a nap and am too tired to fix the photo. Bad blogger!
The first few nights when I went to bed, I made him get down. Last night it was going to be 30° and they keep their house COLD at night. So . . I said “Stay!” I got in bed, put my feet under the quilts and wiggled them down to where they were right under where Speck was sleeping.
That was great but I guess I wiggled my feet too much because during the night, I heard him get down . . and then my feet got cold! Nothing like a foot warmer in the form of a Husky dog!
Need to make a bean/rice bag that you put in the micro and heat up for a few minutes then put in the end of the bed for feet warming or anything else that is cold.
I have a little choodle (chihuahua poodle mix), she likes to sleep in the middle of my back. It is so lovely in the winter, not so much in the summer. I also have a Princess Fluffy (about the same weight as my choodle, Angel), she likes to sleep by my feet, that is LOVELY in the winter too. 🙂 Kara
Nelle Coursey says
My dog lays right up against my back. He loves me. I have not used the electric blanket in years! LOL
Floor! You mean sleep on the floor! Tiki has no clue how to do that. Tilly will sometimes get down during the night but is usually back up with us by morning. And they do vie for position!
Socks just aren’t the same. LOL