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Old 02-09-2013, 10:26 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Sophie giving me a dirty look for relocating her to her new doggie sofa
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Old 02-10-2013, 12:31 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Man, have I seen that look a thousand times.


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Here it's called 'getting the Stink Eye,' LOL
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Oh Sophie that is one great filthy look! It is amazing how our sweet lovely hounds can do that Love the new bed. I wonder if we can get one here and if they come in XXL. (I have an orthopaedic bed for Izzy but they all try to pile on - completely defeats the purpose)
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Haha I love that stare they give us. I get it when I make a noise and wake joey up by accident. If looks could kill hey! X


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Oh Sophie that is one great filthy look! It is amazing how our sweet lovely hounds can do that Love the new bed. I wonder if we can get one here and if they come in XXL. (I have an orthopaedic bed for Izzy but they all try to pile on - completely defeats the purpose)
Orthopadic beds are so expensive, I bought a Tempur 4" double mattress topper off Ebay (ex N.H.S with water proof cover) for 36.00! Cut & covered to fit their baskets & enough left over for one very large piece in the garden!
Didn't think they would take to them - as always dug their bedding - but they love them.
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Really believe that most bassets come with an "attitude"....gotta love em' for that.
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We tried to reclaim chairs for us by getting two new recliners and we thought the boys could have the sofa. Now if I want to sit in my recliner I have to boot a basset. In fact I am currently sitting in my husbands chair since Roscoe is in mine.


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What could possibly make you think that your should have your own chair/couch/bed when a basset is allowing you to share their space!

I've bought cheap beds, I've bought expensive beds (ie... dog beds) Bit NO, its my bed, the couch, the chair... good thing the nice dog beds I bought are so comfy, I am really enjoying them
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good thing the nice dog beds I bought are so comfy, I am really enjoying them
Jeez this so made me laugh - I was looking at Sophie's bed with envy - XXL could fit me and hubby nicely.
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