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    Senior Member RACING JUNKIE oldandtired's Avatar
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    Time change

    It's too bad my animals can't read a clock. They are waking me up an hour earlier this week! :lol:
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    I've been getting up at the 'crack of dawn', but the crack keeps getting later and later and my days are shorter and shorter ! :shock: :shock: ops: ops: ops:
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    Re: Time change

    Quote Originally Posted by oldandtired
    It's too bad my animals can't read a clock. They are waking me up an hour earlier this week! :lol:
    Yeah, mine too. I've got four ankle biters who are used to breakfast at 6 AM and snacks (and pills) at 6PM . . No sleepin' in at our house . . .

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    My dog is the same way, I get up around 5am to let her out (usually have to drag her out of bed all summer) but now as soon as my feet hit the floor she is down and ready to go! The power of a morning poop is astounding! :lol:
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    Senior Member RACING JUNKIE TheRabbit's Avatar
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    My dog is not a morning animal at all. Doesn't matter how late you sleep he'll be right there with you. I have a hard time getting him to go out in the mornings unless I open the front door and let him out. He thinks he's going with when when I do that.

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    Yep took our dogs about a week to get used to the time change. Now they aren't licking me or looking me in the eye when I roll over wondering when I'm getting up. :lol:
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