Dog Makes Friends With The Fluffiest Dogs At Day Care So She Can Take A Nap On Them

Edna is no stranger to doggie daycare, as she’s been a regular since she was a puppy. Given that she’s been going for so long, she’s pretty used to her daily routine, which involves some roughhousing for the first 3 or 4 hours, before she gets her nap on. However, since she shares the doggie daycare space with plenty of other dogs, getting the best napping spot in the whole place can be a challenge. Luckily for Edna, she came up with her own personal solution.

Edna’s napping technique is simple: she just finds a nap buddy and uses them as her pillow.

Brianna Gottfried

It works time and time again for her.

Brianna Gottfried

And Edna didn’t discriminate when it comes to size either. She figured that dogs both big and small were fair game to be used as a pillow.

Brianna Gottfried

All she cared about, was comfort.

Brianna Gottfried

Brianna Gottfried, one of Edna’s owners, said to The Dodo, “All the dogs seem to enjoy the snuggling company. Even the tiny wiener dogs.”

Of course, when she was a puppy, it was probably a lot easier for her to fit on other dogs in order to use them as a napping spot.

Brianna Gottfried

Of course, now that she’s bigger it’s a little more difficult, however, she’s not letting that stop her from her routine.

Brianna Gottfried

When it’s finally time to go home after a long day at doggie daycare, Edna is usually still asleep on one of the dogs. So getting her awake are ready to go home can be a bit of a challenge.

As Brianna explained, “When it’s time to go home I always have to peel her off of another dog.”

Brianna Gottfried

While Edna definitely enjoys her playtime at doggie daycare, there’s no doubt that she loves her naps. But what’s more, is she loves her naps on other dogs – something that her daycare friends don’t seem to mind at all.

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