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We don’t know about your house, but Hu-dad claims that there is a reserved seating policy in our house. Something about just because he gets up during a movie does not mean that he has relinquished his spot to others. We, of course, disagree.
Sure, we expect that a lot of canine households deal with the reserved seating policy that the humans attempt to set. But, multiple dog households make those human rules that much more amusing.
Of course, the key in a multiple dog household is that the human establish firm, clear boundaries. For example, notice what happens when the Hu-dad says, “Enough games. Everyone settle so I can have my seat back.”
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