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Dog Lovers vs Dog Parents

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    Dog Lovers vs Dog Parents

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    So you're a dog lover. You watch a cute puppy video on Youtube and fall asleep in your big, comfy bed and that's nice. A dog parent, though, has less time for such videos, and even less space in bed - it belongs to the dog now (it should be also noted that the reality of sleeping with your pooch is way less cute than you might imagine.) And it's just one of the many differences between loving and having dogs seen by illustrator Kelly Angel.





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    so true. My two cats and the dog wan to share my bed. Did I say share? I meant take over
    he is your friend and protector, he will love you unconditionally, you owe it to him to be worthy of such devotion

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    Now that Loki and Bigfoot are becoming good buddies, I'm the meat of the sandwich. Loki by my neck/chest in front and the dog behind or over my head on the pillow. Used my head as his pillow for a couple of minutes the other night. Take over is right, my king sized bed suddenly feels like a twin.

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    I don't care if they sleep with me but I do find it annoying when orri and nanny decided to start playing and run over my head and face when I'm trying to sleep
    he is your friend and protector, he will love you unconditionally, you owe it to him to be worthy of such devotion

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    I hear ya Linda, the cat starts "wilding" for around 5-10 minutes a night after 10pm. Well now that they play together, the dog pounced on me in bed chasing the cat the other night. Luckily he's light on his feet and only a 30 pounder.

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    LOL

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