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The crack of noon refusal

Look, it’s a Saturday morning, and there is simply NO REASON to get out of bed yet. It’s warm and comfortable so you can bring me my kibble right here.  Why should I have to get up if you already are?

Can’t argue with that logic Sharon!  :)

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  1. Nellie (my sheltie) has always gotten up at around six. Saturdays are tiring in the morning….but I love her ‘Let’s go do something! Right now!’ attitude. Love the expression—ROFL.

  2. “AIN’T I JUST GORGEOUS IN THE MORNING ? ! ( YES YOU ARE ). WELL, THE LEAST YOU CAN DO IS BRING ME BREAKFAST IN BED !”……………THAT BED SURE DOES LOOK COMFORTABLE AND INVITING – NO WONDER SHE DOESN’T WANT TO GET UP YET ! MY GRACIE-SCARLETT DOES THE SAME THING MOST MORNINGS…..BUT SORRY, SHE DOES NOT GET BREAKFAST IN BED……….WELL, OK, MAYBE A TREAT OR TWO !

  3. I’d much prefer a dog who wants to sleep in than my Sheltie, Cait, who believes that playing trampoline on top of my body is a good way to start the day — at or before dawn.

  4. Our Sadie does that when we wake her up in the morning. You can really tell what they’re thinking :).

  5. I totally agree, breakfast in bed. lol It’s easy to cater to our shelties isn’t it? Your shelties looks a lot like my Chelsi, same coloring, even down to the tail. Beautiful.

  6. I wish!!! Mine were up at 6:00 this morning.

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