My dog bed is the perfect sanctuary for sleep, play, and nibbles.
It’s a great place for me to store my chew toys, especially the ones I receive monthly from BarkBox.
It provides an idyllic ground to chew antlers…
Shoot laser beams…
And to pose for photo shoots…
It’s even an ideal spot to hide bones…
Even the fake ones…
So, should you let your hooman sleep with you?
Yes. You should. Why?
Because hoomans make perfect cuddle buddies.
I won’t lie. There are risks. But I’m a gambler by nature.
But before you invite your hooman into bed, set some ground rules.
Even inflatable beds.
Train them to be a part of your pack.
Health benefits abound…
It’s a well-known fact that I make hoomans live longer and boost your immune system.
If your hooman has as anxious disposition as mine does, I make him feel more calm and less nervous during snuggle sessions.
Because my bed is a playground, I keep my hoomans active by playing tug-of-war, or napping.
If your hooman is an insomniac like mine is, I keep him company during an endless night.
By petting me, my hoomans feel less isolated, lonely. It’s all about touch.
Contrary to popular belief, hoomans do not disturb our quality of sleep, but improve it. For instance, I hide my hooman’s snores with my own.
Anytime my hoomans are manic, which is often, I invite them into bed to snuggle. They settle right away.
My human can be a bundle of nerves. By sharing my bed, I boost his confidence and help him cope with daily functions like going for a walk in the neighborhood and meeting strangers.
Contrary to popular belief, hoomans are more than willing to share blankets.
Contrary to false media reports, I do not divide hooman couples, but, rather, bring them together.
Sure. My hooman rolls over, twitches, and chases money in his sleep. But that’s a small price to pay.
Hoomans love to watch TV in bed. My hooman, like me, loves Boardwalk Empire.
Finally, we make each other feel better about life!