Many dog parents share their bed with their furry friend at night. That’s because we love to snuggle up next to our dogs and feel safe with them by our side. What many dog lovers fail to mention is how frustrating some dogs can be when they move around at night.
Dogs spend a lot of time sleeping during the day, so it is normal for them to wake up and move around all night. This can cause us to twist and throw more, but dogs move even more at night than we think. The time lapse video of a couple showed their beagle’s goofy sleeping habits.
Beagle cannot sit still
Even the smallest dogs seem to take up the whole room at night. In fact, Mike and Stacey were shocked when their new 8 month old beagle named Bruno moved so much at night. As they whirled and turned all night, Bruno moved into every possible sleeping position. The couple never imagined that a puppy could sleep so fussy.
They quickly learned that their furry friend just doesn’t like sitting still. He also moves like crazy every time he takes a bath. Even now that he’s older, he still likes to move around in the middle of the night.
Mike and Stacey were curious about the puppy’s sleeping habits and decided to take him in at night. They made a time-lapse video of the Beagle’s sleep schedule, and it’s even more unusual than expected. Bruno just keeps getting up and moving again and again with barely enough time to sleep a full night.
“Bruno the Beagle at night, time lapse. We literally sleep with the dog every night and some nights with a child or two, ”wrote Mike on Facebook.
Bruno goes viral
Bruno’s time-lapse video quickly went viral. As it turns out, a lot of dog parents can relate to the silly scene. Letting your dog sleep in your bed can be frustrating at times, but it’s impossible to say no to their cute faces.
Not long after Bruno’s bedtime went viral, his dad also shared a time-lapse of his bathtime routine. Sure enough, Bruno loves to move around and jump out of the tub, just as he loves to move around at night. This cute beagle clearly has a lot of energy, but he’s just so adorable!
Now Bruno even has his own Facebook page. He shares lots of adorable photos and videos. Of course, his fame wouldn’t be possible without his silly sleeping habits. Maybe letting your dog sleep in your bed is a good thing after all!
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