Edna has been going to dog daycare since she was a puppy, and her routine is always the same: she plays really hard for the first three or four hours, then needs sleep for the rest of the day. With so many dogs around her, it’s not always easy to find the most comfortable place to take a nap, but Edna quickly found the best solution.
As soon as she decides it’s nap time, Edna finds the fluffiest dog in daycare that day…
… and uses it to take a nap.
…or less fat, Edna always naps on them, and most of them don’t seem to care at all.
“All dogs seem to enjoy cuddles,” says Brianna Gottfried, one of Edna’s family members. “Even small wiener breed dogs.”
When she was a puppy, it was definitely easier to use other dogs for naps….
…but even now that she’s older, Edna refuses to stop. She loves hugs so much that she takes advantage of daycare to do as much as possible.
When it’s finally time to leave at the end of the day, Edna is usually still fast asleep on top of one of her friends, and it takes some effort to wake her up and bring her home.
“When it’s time to go home, I always have to take her off another dog,” says Ms Gottfried.
Edna loves to play, and when she can’t anymore she loves to nap – and all her friends at the nursery are more than happy to help her do that.