Beware Sleeping Canines

At Chez Herd, you never know where good snoozing spots might be found, so beware sleeping canines as you walk around our house.

Do Not Disturb - Beware Sleeping Canines
Do Not Disturb

Hu-Dad came through a room and stumbled across today’s sight. The snoozing must have been very good because Landon did not twitch at all as Hu-Dad snapped a photo and then carefully stepped over the sleeper. One of the many obstacles of living at Chez Herd.


  1. Jean Burkhardt on February 20, 2022 at 7:31 am

    They DO seem to lie right in the line of human walking paths!! I do agree with Debbie and Miss Ruby though that we must be ever watchful of a Sibe jumping up at the same time we attempt to walk over them!

  2. Debbie & Miss Ruby on February 20, 2022 at 6:42 am

    It seems like they always know where you will walk is the best place to sleep. Always fun when one decides to pop up when you step over them.

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