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    We have 2 pups and they sleep outside in the dog run that DF built, they have a kennel in there too that they share.
    I don't like inside pets unless it's fish.

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    My puppy sleeps at my feet while my big fat cat sleeps curled up next to me.

    Then I usually have DD next to me and no room left in the bed haha.

    When DP stays over they sleep on DDs bed though.

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    we have dogs, they are dogs so they sleep outside. They are BIG dogs (dane and wolfie) so they are outside. They have a really large kennel which they dont use. They sleep in the dirt

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    Quote Originally Posted by lulululu View Post
    In his fish tank
    laughing my A off right now

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    Quote Originally Posted by IndigoJ View Post
    we have dogs, they are dogs so they sleep outside. They are BIG dogs (dane and wolfie) so they are outside. They have a really large kennel which they dont use. They sleep in the dirt
    What is it with big dogs?! If we didn't crate our boys they wouldn't sleep in their kennel either, much preferring the patch of dirt down the back (not the lush grass or the deck, oh no, gotta be the dirt!).

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    This is how my lazy bones woke up this morning.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nomes83 View Post
    Diesel our lab sleeps I'm the 'taj mahal of dog kennels' that df build for him. It's insulated and carpeted and it fits the 3 of us.

    Sometimes we let him sleep on his blanket in the lounge room. He's scared if thunder.
    Oh awesome! I want to build our lab something similar for when she out grows the porta cot.

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    Our kelpie sleeps on her bed on the floor next to me and since it is cold tonight she is under a blanket. she is a big sook.

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    Outside in his kennel, I'm not a fan of pets inside, the thought of on the bed makes me shudder!!

    I'm a total neat freak tho so that's prob why!!

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    Our dog (golden retriever) sleeps in the lounge room. Sometimes on her bed and sometimes on the floor. She is too big to share a bed with overnight, but loves to jump in with us for a while if we are having a lazy morning!


 

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