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Strategic sleep placement helps a good Siberian Husky participate in things that go trip in the night.
In the famous Jeopardy style, the answer is “Things that go trip in the night.” The correct question is “What are humans who share their house with Siberian Huskies who pick pathway sleeping spots?” Landon demonstrates by sprawling in a strategic spot at the intersection of the study and the den. Of course, Boom Boom points out if the Hu-Dad would stop working at a reasonable time, he wouldn’t be trying to walk through the house in the dark.
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Is there a union or bylaw that insists that if human try to step over a sleeping dog they must immediately try to stand up when said human is 1/2 way over? I have just about biffed it more times than I can count trying not to disturb their sleep!!🤣🤣🤦🏼♀️
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Doorways are the best place to rest for a tired Husky. Being in more than one room at a time is the way to go!!