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Adorable Puppy Uses Big Dog As A Bed (VIDEO)

Adorable Puppy Uses Big Dog As A Bed (VIDEO) via Babble

Getting ready for "bed"

Puppies are notoriously known for snuggling up among their siblings, resting with their mama and getting some quality together time.

When my pup, Django was little, she whined on her first night home from her comfy crate that was just a few feet away from me. She just didn’t want to be alone. I admit, I gave in and let her cuddle in our bed. (Warning: if you choose to do this, be prepared to sleep with your dog night after night.) Two years later, Django is still sleeping with us. But I don’t mind. I like it actually.

I also found it incredibly cute to watch her jump up on the couch and huddle with one of the kids. Sometimes, she’d even get in the doggie bed with Hayley, our Chihuahua and they’d sleep side-by-side.

It’s natural for dogs that are a family to sleep together, but how many dogs actually sleep on each other?

I’m not talking about their head, leg or even tail on top of one another, but their entire body on the other one. Well, one would have to be big and the other would have to be small, right?

That’s just what happens in this impossibly cute video when a puppy uses its older sibling as a bed. The older dog doesn’t seem to enjoy the pesky youngin’ and gets in a crotchety growl here and there.

And still, it’s ridiculously sweet.

Check it out here:

 

Image: YouTube

Follow Danielle on Twitter and Facebook and Pinterest (where she maintains an ‘Adorable Pups’ board), or find her at her blog, Just Write Mom and Babble’s Strollerderby.

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