The Snoring Bulldog Wakes Up And Licks Owner’s Hair!

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So funny! Amazing couple! Dog and his owner know how to make us laugh!)))

His head probably tastes salty for this bulldog!) For the next act, the man will have the dog lick, hahaha! The sound the dog made while licking is so funny! How sweet!

What a sweet baby! It’s crazy how 90% of bulldogs are the same as other bulldogs… They all are lazy!Have you ever noticed how owners of dogs start to look like their dog?

I admit it — I am one of those people who allows my dogs to sleep with me. I have always had a dog in my bed and it would feel lonely and empty without at least one furry body snuggled up with me at night. Sure, it means that there is dog hair on the bed and sometimes I have to deal with a little bit of doggy breath, but I wouldn’t have it any other way.

As it turns out, there are actually people who don’t think that you should sleep with your dogs! While I think that is wrong, I suppose that everyone is entitled to their own opinions and personal preferences. But, there are people out there that agree that sleeping with your pooch is okay.

According to akc.org., sleeping with your dogs is not necessarily a bad thing: The study pointed out that sleeping in the same bed or bedroom as our pets are not just a modern phenomenon. In fact, some traditional cultures considered co-sleeping with animals as beneficial. For example, Aboriginal Australians often slept beside their dogs and/or dingoes for warmth and protection from evil spirits. Unfortunately, modern culture tends to focus on the negative aspects of co-sleeping rather than the benefits.”

Porkchop the English Bulldog looks like he would be happy sleeping just about anywhere, including his owner’s bed. Who wouldn’t want to wake up to that adorable squishy face every morning? He’s sleeping on the floor in this video, but his owner still decides to settle in for a little snuggle. Porkchop is snoring away but his owner’s presence manages to rouse him from a very deep sleep.

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