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Old 04-05-2018, 09:17 PM   #71
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*wagging tail at Robert*

At least the wife is still in the bed. I saw a similar cartoon years ago entitled, "The Changing Dynamics of Married Life."
#1 Wife and hubby in bed.
#2 Wife, hubby, and dog in bed.
#3 Hubby and dog in bed. Wife on sofa.

p.s. Give Fado a hug for me too.
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Old 04-05-2018, 09:41 PM   #72
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Or at our house, alpha dog sleeps on foot if daughter’s bed, facing the door. He is in his “on watch” mode, all night, I suspect.

If you let him, he will go to the master bedroom for a while, then go back to daughter. He stays alert all night, looking for trouble.

They really love their people pack members. The other three sleep in their crates but are also alerted by minor noises. They may not bark, but you can hear them stirring.
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Old 04-05-2018, 09:46 PM   #73
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Hi rmkrum, that's so neat. Please give "Alpha dog" a hug too!
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Old 04-06-2018, 10:39 AM   #74
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It been a little over two years now. Dakota’s brother just died of the same condition. Cody stayed with us during the day form they day they came home while Colleen, his mom, was at work.

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Cody, Kota, and the neighbor’s who came to visit a bunch.

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Kota and Cody loved day trips to the Divide west of Boulder.

We are driving out to Boulder next week. We will spread Kota and Cody’s ashes at Mammoth Basin. One of their favorite hikes.

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Mishka is still bouncing off the walls as a very lovable 2 year old.

He’s ready for the classic motorhome get together next month!

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It's great to come home to those happy, laughing, canine faces, especially after being privy to some miserable human ones.
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Old 04-06-2018, 03:03 PM   #76
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The more I deal with people, the better I like my dogs...lap magnets all, you sit down, make a lap, and they runt to join you...

They listen and pay great attention, and never tell others what you tell them...

Mine all think the "Silver Hamshack" is simply their favorite mobile doghouse.
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No, I'm not going to get all choked up.
Too late.
All dogs go to heaven.
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Even diehard scientific types who are very skeptical of religion, relent at the idea that there may be a distinct correlation between dreaming and some concept of heaven.
I personally think they are directly linked. I am happy to see it every time I witness a full blown doggy dream in action.
You are right, all dogs go to heaven.
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