Henry, the Roger Smith Dog, Provides His Own Turndown Service

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    Yes, he's amazing doing his own bed. Thanks for your compliments, glad I found this video to share here on MP. :)
     
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    I have an English Bulldog, who does the same - she does her own "turn-down service," and builds a "puppy nest" with the bed linens. Must be an attribute of those "short-nosed" dogs?

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    It's a brachycephalic anomaly perhaps. :D
     
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    Yes, that could explain it, though we have had several other Bullies, who just demanded a "puppy nest," whether in bed with the "folks," or with a towel in front of the shower.

    Now, all were preferable to what our cat loved to do. He'd open the clothes hamper and get one of my wife's bras, then drag it into his water bowl. He'd do that, usually just before company came over - I mean, how did he know that company was coming over!?!?!

    I'll take the puppy nest any day.

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