Where’s My Bed?

Since she was a puppy, Emma has always been attached to her bed.

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She’s all grown up now, but still loves her bed. The other day I took the “pillowcases” off the doggie beds to wash them. I put the insides of the bed on a lawn chair and the wheelbarrow to air out while the cases got washed and dried. It appears that Emma has reclaimed her bed even in the wheelbarrow.

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Thankfully, the doggie beds are all back to normal, smelling one shade sweeter, and Emma has been able to come down from the wheelbarrow.

31 thoughts on “Where’s My Bed?

    1. wordsfromanneli Post author

      We used to have two beautiful cats that we loved as much as we love our dogs. I love to see a cat enjoying the sunshine. They have a way of finding the best spots, don’t they?

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  1. Ursula Kurz

    How can you take the beds away from your lovely dogs! If I would be you, I would take the wheelbarrow into the house and put her new bed into it. She would then be able to forgive you, for sure. What a story, love it!

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    1. wordsfromanneli Post author

      The funny thing is that she never got in the wheelbarrow before. I guess she was looking for her bed and she found it there. No problem for her to jump up. You should see her jump. Like a pogo stick.

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  2. Sonja Forrester

    What a sweet story, and some wonderful photos to go with it. They are both so adorable and loving. Thanks for the chuckle this morning! 🙂

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  3. reocochran

    I am late to one of your fun and light-hearted “animals who talk among themselves” posts! 😉
    Emma and your brown and white spaniel are so adorable, Anneli. They do seem to be communicating and waiting for their treat. I didn’t know you could give dogs grapes. My brother’s dogs like vegetables but boy, this creates gaseous situations. 🙂
    Have a wonderful weekend, dear Anneli.

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    1. wordsfromanneli Post author

      I’m not sure if it’s a good idea to give dogs grapes. That was just a joke because she made me think of a reclining Emperor. Like Nero, who had his “little boys” feed him peeled grapes. “Feed me grapes” is my “go to” expression when I want to show decadence and indulgence.
      Anyway, it was a bit of fun with Emma and Ruby. Thanks for playing along.

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    1. wordsfromanneli Post author

      It’s the first time we got an English cocker spaniel. We’ve always had Englisher springers (the field type – which is bred for upland game bird hunting). We’ve loved our springers, but just adore the cocker. I think we’re hooked on this breed now. And the cocker is dynamite on upland game birds!

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