Dogs as pillows

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    Jessi Well-Known Member

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    If you've ever had a big dog who knows how to snuggle, you've surely used them as a pillow before....or at least vice versa with them using you instead.

    Check out this little guy trying to get comfy on one:

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    kinser Well-Known Member

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    LOL, my kids love to use my German shepherd as a pillow - he couldn't care less. I always refer to him as a "living pillow pet".
     
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    That was so cute and funny!
    Our dogs was not that huge enough to be a comfortable pillow or bed. :p
    We could just observe before that some of our puppies made older dogs as pillow.
     
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    Beautiful. Mama sweet Mama. A pup can only get away with it :)
     
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    You mean like this? The white one is Peanuts while the little one is Chooey, her new sister. They love being together which is a good thing since Peanuts is a great big sister for her. Unfortunately, their play schedule can from start 12 am to 2 am which makes them two noisy little doggies in the middle of the night.
     
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