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Normal - Yes.

...though more often than not - they are the other way up !

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Yep Poppy oes that a lot, even sleeps the same way sometimes

frog-dog position generally means good-excellent hips....the longer he does this for the better... Xxx
Excellent position for the hips. I use it when I'm doing my Stretches, and you can guarrentee more often than not Poppy will come in and flop down next to me in the same position.

This is the same dog which if I go into a play bow position will copy me


Simon and Poppy
 

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We just found it so funny because he is usually on his back (legs wide open flashing to all), it was the first time he had completely stretched out on his front and he stayed like it quite a while.
 

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Causes quite a problem buying a bed! Hattie curled up is what I would call a medium dog, Hattie stretched out would make a very useful draft excluder! She prefers my bed and sofa for the time being, if she gets a housemate things may have to change!(Some hope)
 

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Yup Millie loves that position,although her legs are no long stretched like a frog, they are tucked the other way round.

She sleeps on the landing, so I have to warn people not to assume she's tucked up in her bed, but sleeping across the whole floor. I had my parents stay over last weekend and my dad is not good on his legs now, so I decided it would be safer to let her sleep in our bedroom rather than get trodden on :D
 

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Hahaha looks perfectly normal to me, typical whacky cockapoo behaviour! Like ssleeping upside down. Mine lay stretched out like that and sometimes stand with front legs on floor and back legs stretched out like that on settee and the they walk forward dragging legs off!
What a great pic and suuch a sweet little cockapoo!
 

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Yep Poppy oes that a lot, even sleeps the same way sometimes



Excellent position for the hips. I use it when I'm doing my Stretches, and you can guarrentee more often than not Poppy will come in and flop down next to me in the same position.

This is the same dog which if I go into a play bow position will copy me


Simon and Poppy
Britain's Got Talent' next year, Simon:D
 
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