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Thread: Does your bully fall asleep within nanoseconds?

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    Default Re: Does your bully fall asleep within nanoseconds?

    Dempsey likes to play for a few minutes before he settles down, then he is out like a light. The only time he doesn't get up and follow me around is at night. He takes my spot when I get up. Between him and my son's cats who now sleep in my room, I have gotten used to sleeping in whatever space is left, lol.

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    Orion is just like all the other bullies EXCEPT.....she's snoring before her eyes are closed. Seriously!! The first time I realized she was snoring (cause she is LOUD) and her eyes were open...my chin dropped. She is also a heavy sleeper. She stays up pretty late with me and by the time I'm ready to head up the stairs, she already settled in. I literally have to pick her up and carry her up the stairs. Her snore cycle doesn't break. Just like a baby.

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    o it takes lex a few to go to sleep. when its nite nite time and we shut the bedroom door he will sit in the corner in front of the door. after a few mins of him sleeping sitting up he will plump down on the floor back against the door w his body twisted... like one of his back legs is on the floor and his front legs if extended would be straight up or vise verca lol... he's 6 months old and hasnt started snoring yet and he is the only dog i know that would rather be on the floor than being on the bed or couch w us, unless it was bath time then he will get on the furniture w us

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