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    DefaultWhy is it....?

    Why is it that my labby insists on sleeping under the coffee table when he has to army crawl his way under it....??

    He seems pretty excited about this photo session!!!!





    Seriously mom, I've had about enough of the pics...


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    DefaultRe: Why is it....?

    That is funny!

    I think he is just waiting for some food to drop off it....jk

    My pup lies under the kitchen table here and there. I just thinks its funny and cute!

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    DefaultRe: Why is it....?

    CJ loves to lie under the coffee table as well. When we eat in the livingroom, he positions himself under the table with his nose between SU's feet. That way he is in the perfect 'drop zone'!
    Laura & CJ in New Hampshire


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    DefaultRe: Why is it....?

    Bailey is so funny! He likes the camera and photo shoots about as much as Hank!!

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    DefaultRe: Why is it....?

    Well, I agree with the food theory and want to offer one more:
    It's the charm factor theory!
    Look at Bailey's face peeking out from under the coffee table . . . could there be anything cuter??
    Not a chance!*

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    Too funny; cute pics!!
    My Bailey loves to lay under the rocking chair foot stool when you have it up & can barely fit under there!!

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    DefaultRe: Why is it....?

    It a safe secure spot to relax. Same as when they are properly crate trained. The crate becomes their safe haven. Of course, the food theory is probably more correct. ;D

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