There’s a stereotype about sleeping with kids that says it’s nearly impossible to get a good night’s rest. Toddlers and young children are notorious for moving around, flailing their limbs, and stealing the blankets.
As it turns out, that’s not just true for human kids but for canine kids as well!
While some dog parents crate-train their pets and keep their furry friends out of their beds, others welcome their pups into the covers with them. Some people think it’s dirty, while others welcome the opportunity to be closer to their pets.
In the video, you can see the dogs moving around all night, hopping off and on the bed, and otherwise being distracting. It doesn’t look like a good way to sleep, but that’s dog life for you!
“so basically sleeping with 3 GSD means no sleeping,” one person wrote. Another added, “As someone that has two GSDs this is spot on.”
Check out the video below: