Most puppy dogs would be happy living in a simple dog house they could crawl into and call their own. Give the puppy dog a few old blankets and a pillow to make their dog house a little more comfortable and the average woof-woof would be content.
Yalu was not an average puppy dog. She expected more, much more for her living arrangements. Yalu lived in her very own dog house otherwise also known as the puppy palace.
She needed plenty of space to stretch her legs. After getting beyond the puppy prison phase of her life, there is a very important blog about puppy prison worthy of your time, Yalu lounged on a comfortable couch or upon the lap of one of her people persons.
As an added benefit, Yalu was an official puppy palace bed tester who made sure her people persons slept in comfort within the confines of her estate.
Yalu was nice enough to let her people persons live inside the puppy palace with her—making them stay outside would be mean. In all honesty, she needed the staff inside her puppy palace to do important jobs like making her dinner, distributing puppy treats and delivering plenty of petties.
Another important benefit of allowing people persons to stay within the puppy palace was their ability to open cans. An interesting fact: puppy dogs cannot open cans without the help of people.
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