Guus isn't allowed in our bedroom, he sleeps in his crate downstairs. But occasionally he is allowed on the couch. He loves to lie on his back with his paws stretched out in the air all cuddled up near my side.
Tee-hee bipa. I'm sure the statisticians amongst us could figure out a way to make doggy hot water bottles come out best!bipa;3848 said:I had a funny thought as I was reading yoyopoodle's post. We dog owners who enjoy our pets as bed warmers are also doing our two bits to save the environment! I wonder how much energy I'm saving in heating costs just by having two live "electric blankets" keeping me snuggly warm all night? :dogbiggrin:
Hmm... let's see.... feeding cost and vet bills, minus partial heating costs and minus a bit of electricity..... carry the one.... don't forget the extra heat generated when playing, training, and cuddling..... this new math is a little tricky.... but in the end I'm sure I come up with a net gain! :dogtongue2: