Just how many naps does a three-year-old puppy require? I think I assumed that as she got a little older, Jellybean wouldn’t nap as much. However, I have found that is not the case. Now, let’s be real, we do get up early. 4:30 – 5:00 AM has become the norm for us to roll out of bed and get our day started. My shower, our thirty minute walk, breakfast for the two of us, Jellybean’s morning primping; brushing of fur and teeth, colorful bow in place, eye drops for allergies, and a morning treat, pretty much lead up to her first nap of the day. I am heading out the door at 6:00 AM and she is heading to the sofa or her crate to find a cozy spot for napping. I have noticed when I have the opportunity to spend the day with her, she generally takes about six or eight naps at various times throughout the day. How does she do it? She has quite a few favorite places to curl up and relax during the day. Oh, to be so carefree! Maybe we should take a hint, after all, it’s a dog’s life. Do you find your fur baby also seeks out many opportunities throughout the day to curl up, stretch out, put all four paws in the air, roll over, and just plain relaxxxxx?