Friday, December 30, 2005

I have Questions

Do puppies wet the bed?

This is a serious question. 'Cause when I awoke at 0-dark-thirty this morning, I couldn't decide if I was disturbed from slumber because Seby was stubbornly positioned between my ankles and refused to move even though I wanted to turn over and needed leg room or because I thought the sheets felt funny/cold.

I eventually got up to investigate. Did Seby sweat through the sheets? Is he ok? Can a little dog even sweat enough to make a small circle much less a very large and very wet circle?

Did my dog pee on my bed and then curl up and go to sleep right on top of it? Ewww! Why?! Why is he not acting guilty?? Why is he sleeping on the spot?? Why do I have to be putting my nose to my sheets at 0-dark-thirty in the morning?????

And how does one sleep through a dog standing at your feet and whizzing on your sheets?


Tan Lucy Pez said...

LOL. Sad news. Puppies do wet and sleep on the same spot. Sad but true.

Klondike Kate said...

Yes but this "puppy" is 9 years old! He should know better!! =-)

JD Plumma said...

Dogs only have sweat glands on their foot - pads and their tongue. Thus "Pant,pant"...when they're hot. Better see a vet if it happens often - might be a bladder/kidney infection.
I just found out that a dog's kidneys(unlike humans) can "rebuild" themselves, and be fully functional after healing.

Klondike Kate said...

Thanks for the tip JD. Last night was wet-sheet free...thank God. Especially since it took four loads of laundry and and two puppy baths to get everything clean again!!

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